Life is full of uncertainty. In fact, it seems that there is so much uncertainty about the future that you can’t count on anything. And while that may be the case in most situations, it’s not entirely true. There are a few things you can count on, and a seasonal serenade — compliments of thousands of spring peepers in Wisconsin— is one of them. Every year, you may be asking yourself, “do spring peepers live in Wisconsin?” You bet! Read on to learn all about the annual chorus of this Wisconsin state frog — a surefire sign of spring in Wisconsin.

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Can’t wait for the nightly performance? Play the video below to hear the spring peepers in action.

Are you one who frequently asks, “when do spring peepers come out in Wisconsin?” Now you know! Have you ever hear the spring peepers sound? Tell us in the comments section. You can learn even more about these singing frogs on the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources website.

Want more Wisconsin wildlife? Check out this year-round zoo in Wisconsin that is always free to visit.

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What are the best things about spring in Wisconsin?

When the warm weather begins to make an appearance, it means spring is on its way in the Badger State. There are many things to do and things to see during this delightful time of year. Some of the best things about spring in  Wisconsin include:

  • Admiring wildflowers. Head to Fox Maple Woods to begin your search.
  • A visit to North Beach in Racine. This beautiful beach features 2,500 feet of shoreline and is the perfect place to spend an afternoon.
  • Taking a spring hike.
    • The Bison Nature Trail at New Glarus Woods
    • The Hemlock Nature Trail at Wildcat Mountain State Park