A Little Night Music: Listening for Frog Songs

At this time of the year, the forests, wetlands and meadows of the GTA are alive with the sounds of life. In this video, members of Toronto and Region Conservation’s Environmental Monitoring team decode frog songs and explain exactly why they’re taking in these amphibian concerts at night.

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“Frogs are a very good indicator of wetland quality — and therefore landscape quality, natural systems quality.”