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Nature Notebook

Spring peepers can be heard all around the Nature Center property right now. Their tiny bodies (the size of a paper clip) are hard to spot, so we don’t typically see them. Their vocal sacs are nearly the same size as their bodies, so we have definitely heard them!

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