Posts Tagged ‘frogs’

Frog calls along Jackson Park Trail

Come enjoy a spring evening with your whole family. We’ll learn about the frogs that live in wetlands along the Jackson Park trail and how to recognize their calls. Please register for this free event – updates will be provided to registrants via email (e.g., if changes to meeting location or timing are required). We…

Read More

Kermit’s Friends and Timberdoodles

The dusk air of spring carries the mating songs of various species of frogs and the sky dance of the American Woodcock (a.k.a. Timberdoodle). Join Martin Parker for a 2-hour outing to listen to and distinguish between the different species of calling frogs and toads of our region and listen to the courtship flights of…

Read More

Night of Salamanders and Frogs

This annual PFN evening trip is to look for migrating salamanders and their egg masses in breeding pools. This inventory event will be at the Ingleton-Wells property of the Kawartha Land Trust. We will start by checking the pools in daylight for the eggs of Wood Frogs, Spotted and Blue Spotted salamanders and for some…

Read More