Blane Klemek: Frogs, toads finally singing from ‘thawed out’ wetlands
While turkey hunting recently near the Detroit Lakes area during the fifth season that just began May 7, I’ve enjoyed the chorus of frogs emanating from the recently “thawed out” wetlands. Some basins still have ice, but most are ice-free now. But in all cases, three species of frogs — wood, chorus, and spring peeper — are vocalizing loudly as they try to make up for lost time.
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