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Tag Archives: American Toad
Two videos of singing amphibians from northeast Ohio in early June. A gray treefrog calls from a shaky perch, and a lonely male toad trills out his song. Continue reading
Photos and videos of calling American Toads seen in Cuyahoga County, Ohio in May 2019. Continue reading
The return of warm weather has been bringing out the herps, like these basking painted turtles seen in the Cleveland Metroparks, or these calling American Toads seen at the CWRU Farm.
A tiny American Toad that has recently transformed from a tadpole to a toadlet. Sitting next to a penny for scale.