Cue the chorus

FrogWatch members listen for frog calls

Posted: June 15, 2017 at 1 a.m.

NWA DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE/Laurinda Joenks Sim Barrow, communications and development coordinator for the Northwest Arkansas Land Trust, shows a frog he caught in Lake Leatherwood to children gathered for a listening party of the FrogWatch USA Northwest Arkansas chapter.

The frogs had been calling all evening, but at about 8:30 p.m. Sunday, about sundown, the chorus came on full throat.

NWA DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE/Laurinda Joenks Sim Barrow, communications and development coordinator for the Northwest Arkansas Land Trust, and Dakota Wood of ...

NWA DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE/Laurinda Joenks Sim Barrow holds a Blanchard’s cricket frog. This species of frog is tiny, but makes a loud sound like two steel ...

Hear the calls of 23 species of frogs that make their homes in habitats throughout the Natural State

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Volunteer training

Who: New FrogWatch volunteers

When: Noon to 4 p.m. July 16

Where: Hobbs State Park

Information: 789-5000, 966-4666

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