More of the Australian Bush sounds – frogs!

Recent rains in parts of Australia means frogs becoming active.

You can listen to them on the Listening Earth Blog. I love it when my local frogs start their mating calls, but I expect I’ll have to wait a bit longer for that.

Here’s an old shot of one of the Pobblebonks that lives in my garden.

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6 thoughts on “More of the Australian Bush sounds – frogs!

    • Thanks Francis. These frogs burrow down into the soil, and can be accidently dug up while gardening and when they’re covered in mud, it’s not easy to see just what they are! This one had been living in the shadehouse, so was much cleaner:-)

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