There is a small pond in the woods that I can't see on the map but it is in the general area marked.
There was a small pond in the woods with an observation deck but cant seem to see it on the map. I saw this Bullfrog and a Green Frog on a mushroom hunt.
This species chorusing.
Recording, obtained on a rainy, nighttime road survey for amphibians, was originally submitted to VT Herp Atlas.
During the recording, when I stop speaking, turn up volume to hear a small number of Mink Frogs calling intermittently.
Unfortunately, it was raining, a good volume of water was flowing over a nearby beaver dam, and recording was made with only a simple, hand-held, digital recorder, so you have to listen closely to hear frogs. Towards the end of the recording, their calling picks up. It may be helpful to listen to with auxiliary speakers plugged into a computer.
Habitat is a wetland complex running along the east side of Rte 14.
Lithobates is a taxonomic name for a group of "true frogs", of the family Ranidae. This group of frogs has been defined as a separate genus. The name was defined by Hillis et al. for a subgenus of four Central and South American frogs within the genus Rana: