Strecker’s chorus frogs calling

These stout and rather toad-like Strecker’s chorus frogs were found chorusing in a roadside ditch in Bastrop State Park. To our knowledge, these are the first of this species identified within the park. These good looking frogs make a repeated single-note call that is quite loud. Their calls remind me of spring peepers to some degree. This video was filmed using Canon 5D MKIII and XA10. Light was provided by LED light panels.

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