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Spring Peeper Walk


Please join Pam and Sue for an easy Reinstein early evening walk on Wednesday, April 12, 2023.  We’ll (hopefully) be entertained by happy and noisy Spring Peepers (Pseudacris crucifer sp.) frogs whose peeps can sometimes be deafening!  We’ll have several stops for listening, i.e.no-talking periods, so that we may best hear our happy amphibian friends as they welcome Spring and the start of their mating season. The spring peeper first mates when it is three years old and the mating season begins in March and can last through June. The female lays up to 1,000 eggs on twigs and leaf litter in shallow water.
Spring Peepers are small frogs that have an X-shaped pattern on their backs and a light belly. They are among the earliest amphibians to breed in woodland ponds, and make a shrill, piercing peep or whistle sound by filling and releasing their vocal sacs.. They are well camouflaged in leaf litter and control insect populations.
Upon registration with contact cell number, participants will get meeting time and other pertinent information.
R.S.V.P. to Pam at [email protected]




Pam Sander


Reinstein Woods
93 Honorine Drive
Depew, NY 14043
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