Attend a Symphony
On warm nights in February and March, spring peepers and chorus frogs sing to attract a mate. Neither amphibian is much bigger than the end of your thumb, but when a bunch sing together, it gets loud. To hear this symphony, head outside just before sunset and explore shallow puddles, pools, wet fields or flooded ditches. For help identifying what’s singing and to learn more about Missouri’s frogs and toads, click on the links below.