03.03.2023 F F

Still a few long weeks to go.  This is a June shot which is about as early as we see them return from their mud haven.  But it’s been a warm winter so maybe an early arrival this year.


About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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29 Responses to 03.03.2023 F F

  1. shoreacres says:

    I didn’t realize their reemergence came so late in the year. I think I might have said April, or certainly May. I’m hearing some first, tentative croaky sounds already. Maybe this will be the year for my own frog sighting.

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    • I may be mistaken about May but I have never seen a bullfrog in April, at least that I can recall or photographed. We do have early emergence of Spring Peepers on warm wet spring nights though.
      I do hope that this will be your year to see and photograph frogs. They are usually one of the signs of a healthy ecosystem so it should just be a matter of time since most of the places you visit can be described that way.

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  2. This seems to be an eye-selfie but I can’t quite tell. Looks like trees in there for sure.

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  3. Peter Klopp says:

    I hope you are right, Steve. It would be nice to have an early frog season.

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  4. Wally Jones says:

    A June frog foto is better than no frog foto in March.
    Especially when the photograph is so spectacular!

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  5. melody says:

    Nice! What a cutie. Lookit that smile.

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  6. Beautiful greens! I hear them but, when I get close to the pond and their voice they disappear. 😂

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    • Most of my frog shots are done with my 100-400 and a 2X extender so I don’t have to get close. But even then some to skedaddle. That said, this was done with my 180 macro. A very cooperative fellow.

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  7. Ann Mackay says:

    What a beautiful eye – and a handsome frog!

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  8. It’s a green beauty! By now we all know what FF stands for … no need to spell it out! 🙂

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