It only takes a couple of warmish days for these little guys to begin their mating calls…and today the chorus was in full throat. It’s a wonderful sound. According to the internet, they are from a group called chorus frogs and range from Florida to Canada along the east coast. They are called ‘pinkletinks’ on Martha’s Vineyard (Hollis can confirm or refute this) and ‘tinkletoes’ in New Brunswick. Another name is ‘the bells of springtime’. After all of the lovely snow, even I am tired of the cold and mud and I’m pleased to know that spring is close by.
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