Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Coming home to a nocturnal symphony

I've appreciated many times (via blog posts) in the past how our SE US forests and other natural landscapes support crickets, cicadas, tree frogs, etc. that make our nocturnal symphonies so compelling.

It's in full swing tonight in the forest below our urban house this evening. Whether it's the native trees that were in the canopy, or the native understory trees and herbaceous plants that we've added, or both, I don't know.  The insects and tree frogs are happy.

It's lovely to hear tonight. We didn't hear night insects or frogs in Quebec over the last week, while traveling.

1 comment:

  1. Listening to the crickets right now. Night wouldn't be the same without it.


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