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496 BEING GREEN - CHORUS FROG

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A boreal chorus frog sings for a mate on the edge of a prairie wetland. Contrary to their name, they are a grassland species. About the size of a 50 cent piece, their call can be heard up to a mile away. Amphibians like this one are threatened by changes in water chemistry from additional inflows of water discharge and fragmentation of habitat from development. Powder River Basin, Wyoming.
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MICHAEL FORSBERG / www.michaelforsberg.com
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2400x1597 / 11.0MB
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A boreal chorus frog sings for a mate on the edge of a prairie wetland. Contrary to their name, they are a grassland species. About the size of a 50 cent piece, their call can be heard up to a mile away.  Amphibians like this one are threatened by changes in water chemistry from additional inflows of water discharge and  fragmentation of habitat from development.  Powder River Basin, Wyoming.