13 thoughts on “Appalachian Thursday – Spring Peepers

  1. Sarah, I loved hearing your voice. ❤ Your expression was the cutest thing when they stopped. We have tree frogs that start singing in the evening. We will find them stuck on our house windows sometimes. Is that the same thing? Maybe a little different?

  2. you know we have them here. Heard them several times last month during the warm spell; then had not heard them again till last night. A favorite expression when they are heard very early in the spring is “them peepers gonna be looking up through the glass (ice!)”

  3. In Florida, we don’t have peepers. We have cicadas, and frogs at night. Florida cicadas sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNAIBaoxNBg I hear these so much I don’t hear them, you know? It’s almost constant during hot nights. We do have a LOT of crickets and froggies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SEWDRHyoh8 Hey, ha ha ha, here’s the tree frog in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHlZFDyf0Mc&index=11&list=PLx663IAX_z2ZAWkjeXHjyzc9LbxqnXp1f When we have northerner visitors, they get irritated at all the night sounds. 🙂

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