A couple of juveniles and some tadpoles were caught via dip-netting.
Found around 9PM. The sky was clear and it was probably in the high 50's or low 60's. Found in the the shallow area of a small lake with grasses in the shallow portion, the lark was surrounded by pines and occasionally other trees (mainly oaks). Around the time this juvenile was caught (since it has all the markings of a Bullfrog but it much too small it is likely to be a juvenile) I heard several other Bullfrogs calling. I'm not sure if they would be calling for the purpose of defending territory or for the purpose of mating.
Hornsby Bend resident
The American bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus), often simply known as the bullfrog in Canada and the United States, is an aquatic frog, a member of the family Ranidae, or “true frogs”. This species has traditionally been classified as Rana catesbeiana, however the classification has been changed to Lithobates due to paraphyly in Ranidae. This frog has an olive green back and sides blotched with brownish markings and a whitish belly spotted with yellow or grey. The upper...