Approx. 1.5 inches, light brown, in Parsons Creek
Small chorus more regularly heard now that it is getting warmer
Took the kids out for a night frog walk to the wetlands/pond area near the stables in Discovery Park, Seattle. Saw three frogs (two green, one brown), and heard tons more!
Heard the Pacific tree frogs that live in the marsh just north of us. Don't know how far away they are, because the call carries long distances. I just started hearing them about two weeks ago for the first time this winter.
The Pacific Tree Frog (Pseudacris regilla) is a very common species of chorus frog, with a range from the West Coast of the United States (from North California, Oregon, and Washington) to British Columbia in Canada. Living anywhere from sea level up to over 11,000 feet, they are found in shades of greens or browns and even have been known to change between them. They live in many types of habitats and reproduce in aquatic settings....