Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Tree Frogs on the Move

Tree frogs are having a good summer, according to MN DNR Non Game Specialist Pam Perry.  She tells KLKS news, during the summer rains, they could be spotted climbing up patio doors to escape the damp forest floor.  Now, she says they are up in the trees looking for insects and making a shrilling noise that can be mistaken for a bird.

Perry says you may wish to check your outdoor plants before you bring them inside, they could be harboring a tree frog.  The frog survives the winter under leaves in a semi frozen state Perry calls a "frogcicle."

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