Last early May, the choral voices of the tiny Spring Peepers launched their social callings.

These small frogs have always voiced within or near open wetland and bring their cheery messages of high pitch whistling with hundreds of mini-colleagues to make the loud chorus. The Spring Peeper and the Gray Treefrog are found and heard in large numbers in the Kingdom, startling because the Peepers survive habitats from eastern Canada to the deep south of this continent.


Thousands of tadpoles.


A small farm pond.