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Shadowy animals of the winter night

January 16, 2009
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The evening air of late January and February is usually soft and mild, with occasional sounds from early spring peepers along with other frogs and toads. During my science teaching days, I could often be found in some nearby stream, pond or marsh with a strong beam of light searching the pond surface for the reflective eyes of early frogs and toads, in hopes of obtaining a few specimens for temporary use in my classroom.

 
 

 

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