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Tropical Evening Chorus

Sometimes during this time of the year there’s no point in Nan & Pop having the TV going ‘cos they can’t hear it for the songs of the frogs, toads and crickets. The noise is even worse after rainfall and during the evening. Nan & Pop like the noise though because it is a sound of the tropics; reminiscent of balmy evenings, salt pools and palm trees.

Nan has taken a video just so that you can listen to these tropical noises for yourself. She stood just outside the family room sliding door. This is what we hear. Make sure you’ve got your sound on!

It took some time and a number of reference books but Nan has identified the types of frogs and toad responsible for those noises.When she can she will post their names and pics.

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9 January 2011 - Posted by | Critters, Farm, Summer |

6 Comments »

  1. That's so cool!!! I think I might be a bit scared though… they sound kind of big and ferocious those ones with deep voices! Is the fence to keep them out of your house?
    Thanks for sharing your noises with us.
    Love Teagan xx

    Comment by teagantimes | 9 January 2011 | Reply

  2. Wow – they is really noisy. Living in the city, we don't hear noises like dat anymore. M says she remembers hearing noises like dat before our area was so built up. Thanks for sharing.

    Comment by Mariodacat | 9 January 2011 | Reply

  3. Wow. That certainly perked up my ears! I guess the frogs and toads have declared your house a party house! Cool!

    Comment by Bear | 9 January 2011 | Reply

  4. My ears are perked listening to dat! Thanks fur sharing. purrrrrr…

    Comment by Spike | 9 January 2011 | Reply

  5. Wow! It is sort of rhythmic. I started looking outside to see where the noise was coming from. Mom better let me out soon. I think we may have frogs out back!!!

    Comment by aidforabby | 9 January 2011 | Reply

  6. Oh man, that was WILD! O.O Sounds like zombie mating season 😉

    Comment by Bad Andy | 13 January 2011 | Reply


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