Only two of these heard calling all day at the Swamp, mixed in with the peeper chorus.
Heard sound of frog like stick drawn over teeth of comb.
ID by call
Heard Upland Chorus Frogs for the first time. They were likely located in the pond in the Herb Garden, but did not get a photo or recording
Photo by K. Ivanov (VMNH)
In the pond in the herb garden.
In the ephemeral pond in the coastal plain habitat garden. In the photo two frogs are mating and egg masses can be seen on the aquatic vegetation.
The upland chorus frog (Pseudacris feriarum) is a species of chorus frog found in the United States. It was recently separated from the Western chorus frog, (Pseudacris triseriata), being identified as an individual species rather than a subspecies.