Spring Peeper


Spring Peeper  (Pseudacris crucifer)

Spring peepers belong to a group called the tree frogs and are well suited for arboreal life with adhesive disks at the end of their toes, long limbs and digits to cling to twigs and bark. Spring peepers are small, about 2-3.5 cm long, and light brown in color, which can be easily identified by the dark cross, or “X” marking on its back. Usually found in thick brush, swampland vegetation and moist woodlands, very rarely high in trees. In spring, during mating, they can be found in temporary sloughs, preferring abundant emergent or shrubby vegetation.

Upcoming Events

Apr
28
Sat
7:30 pm Owl Prowl
Owl Prowl
Apr 28 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Owl Prowls Join us for a slide show and talk on owls, then walk the trails learning to hoot for Owls. The Macphail Foundation will open the Great Room of the Homestead at 6:30pm and
May
3
Thu
9:00 am Native Plant Nursery Open
Native Plant Nursery Open
May 3 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Macphail Woods Native Plant Nursery 2018 Season Specializing in native trees, shrubs, ferns and wildflowers, sales from our nursery help support our restoration and educational efforts. Here you will find information on purchasing, identifying, collecting,
May
4
Fri
9:00 am Native Plant Nursery Open
Native Plant Nursery Open
May 4 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Macphail Woods Native Plant Nursery 2018 Season Specializing in native trees, shrubs, ferns and wildflowers, sales from our nursery help support our restoration and educational efforts. Here you will find information on purchasing, identifying, collecting,
May
5
Sat
9:00 am Native Plant Nursery Open
Native Plant Nursery Open
May 5 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Macphail Woods Native Plant Nursery 2018 Season Specializing in native trees, shrubs, ferns and wildflowers, sales from our nursery help support our restoration and educational efforts. Here you will find information on purchasing, identifying, collecting,

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