The sounds of Rainy Season — Frogs

The second sound of Rainy Season in Southwest Florida, is a result of the rain, and it is the peeping trill of thousands of frogs.  Once the rain comes (and the temperature warms up) the frogs start to sing.   Not every area sounds the same.  I am sure that different areas have different types of frogs which causes a variation in the sounds of the chorus.  And, maybe things like the  size of the body of water, and the time of day,  are factors in the different sounds.

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Author: Whale Maiden

I'm a Shaman living in suburban Southwest Florida. I study animals and the weather and reflect on the cycles of life.

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