These guys were calling from a creek behind the Buckee's parking lot. I think they are Rio Grande Chirping Frogs based on location, but I am not sure if Cliff Chirping are in this area too. Background noise is traffic from the road.
At 1:04 on the recording I think this may be a different species? Possibly a Chorus Frog. I've never heard one before so not sure. If it is, I will crop from tape and list separately.
I heard this frog calling twice at 1 second and 14 seconds. I'm not sure if it's a Green Treefrog or something else.
Two of several more young Baja California Treefrog froglets that were found in another pond within the property. They also shared their pond with dozens of tadpoles of the same species, who had yet to metamorphose into froglets themselves. Conditions around the pond were dry, with Santa Ana winds picking up and temperatures warming into the high 80's.
A couple of the several, young Baja California Treefrog froglets that were found in and near the shallows of the main pond on the property. Conditions around the pond were dry, with Santa Ana winds picking up and temperatures warming into the high 80's.
One of many Baja California Treefrog tadpoles that still remained in the few remaining pools within the creek bed of a study site, with many more tadpoles of the same species found in the properties larger ponds in adjacent sites.
It could be a juvenile Golden Bell Frog, but it seems pretty brown to me. And these little brown tree frogs are more common locally than the big green ones.