Hoarse quacking with
little carrying power
2. Western Chorus Frog
Frog is only found on Isle Royale)
lasts ½ to 2 seconds; similar to sound of fingernail running along
3. Northern Spring peeper
ascending “peep;” chorus resembles jingling of sleigh bells.
4. Northern Leopard Frog
rattling snore interspersed with chuckling sound of thumb rubbing
5. Pickerel Frog
low-pitched snore with little carrying power, similar to Leopard Frog.
6. American Toad
trill lasting up to 30 seconds, ends abruptly.
7. Eastern Gray Treefrog
loud trill lasting up to one second.
8. Cope’s Gray Treefrog
loud trill lasting a half second or less; faster and harsher than
Eastern Treefrog; nasally “wa-a-a-a”
9. Mink Frog
to sound of horses’ hooves on a cobblestone street.
10. Green Frog
to the twang of a loose banjo string or large rubberband; usually
given as a single note.
bass notes, similar to a foghorn.
http://imc.lisd.k12.mi.us/frog/frogs.html To hear calls of Michigan Frogs & Toads
the WUP Center
Last Modified: 02/24/2006