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

There’s a new song on the air in Minnesota, one that we haven’t heard in many months. It’s the sound of spring peepers coming out of hiding to start their annual chorus of song. For many of us, these little frogs are a welcome reminder that after a long, hard winter – both literal and figurative – a new beginning awaits. Listen carefully for these seasonal crooners, and you’ll quickly see why so many listen up for them as a sign of spring. Read below for everything you need to know about spotting spring peepers in Minnesota.

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Have you ever listened for a spring peeper? Listen to their call here so that you can identify next time you hear one! And for other signs of spring to watch out for in Minnesota, take a look at our article about the spring hummingbird migration.

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