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Tag Archives: Lithobates catesbeianus
Of course this image is from more archive trolling. But on this drizzly cool day (at least it’s not snowing yet) a Lithobatesian smile warms things up nicely. Bullfrog in Poor Farm Swamp-2008- shortly after the fun times with that … Continue reading
We are starting to get a few nights in the 30’s although not a frost in the immediate future. But that might be chilly enough to trigger hibernation. This past Monday I visited one of the more reliable locations for … Continue reading
Someone needs a little motivation.
It is probably just me but those feet are so cute.
While jockeying for position between the two Frog Friday shots of August 5, I spotted this young and colorful bullfrog sitting a few feet away from the larger and more mature frog. Female bullfrog-Lithobates catesbeianus in Poor Farm Swamp on … Continue reading
Prior to finding the Green Herons this past Monday, I came across several bullfrogs enjoying Poor Farm Swamp’s quiet morning. This little guy was the first. Others to follow on future FFs….or sooner. My first attempt of the morning. I … Continue reading
It’s hard to pick just one favorite and of course the most recent stands out in your mind. But the lighting and pose along with the floating leaf all make this at least among my favorites. Another shot from this … Continue reading
Some animals mate for life, birds especially, but frogs do not. Basically their version of a one night stand. Once mating is completed they go their own way and once the female lays her eggs she also hits the road … Continue reading
Well, I did, sort of. There are still a few hours left to Friday so we got in with a little time to spare. From the archives, this pretty lady has such nice markings and is fairly young without any … Continue reading