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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Ribbit, ribbit, ribbit

A wild male Pacific tree frog fills its vocal sack while making its mating call as it floats in a seasonal pond  on a farm near Roseburg, Ore., on Wednesday, Jan 25, 2012.  Pacific tree frogs are the most common frog on the west coast of North America. The 5 cm. long frogs are mostly nocturnal.
The sound at the pond was deafening.
The U.K. Telegraph picked up one of my tree frog photos, via, for the Pictures of the Day Gallery.

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