Thousands Of Singing Spring Peepers Are A Welcome Sound Of Normalcy Here In Kentucky

You’d probably agree that not many things seem normal right now in our state, however one thing that continues on, and even flourishes through these times, is nature. Spring in Kentucky has arrived, even with a worldwide pandemic and stay at home order, and we can all be thankful for the blooming plants, warmer sunshine, and emergence of many varieties of animals. One of the welcome sounds of normalcy throughout Kentucky in the springtime is the singing of Spring Peepers. These tiny little chorus frogs begin singing as winter transitions to spring and then we can continue to hear their song as summer approaches.

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The sounds of Spring Peepers are just one of the ways we can enjoy normalcy during spring in Kentucky. Even when the world seems to be spinning around us, nature is consistent in its beauty and we all seem to appreciate that more now than ever before. Have you heard the singing Spring Peepers at your house? Let us know in the comments!

For more information on these tiny frogs and to see how many are typically found in your county, visit the Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife website.

And for another animal to watch for this time of year that is making its way back to the state right now, check out our previous article.

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