“Peep. Peep. Peep.” It’s this distinctive call that gives a tiny frog the name spring peeper (Pseudacris crucifer). Since the frogs are one of the first to emerge from their winter hideouts in New England, it’s one of the first and most distinctive signs of spring. For many, it’s enough to just listen to the chorus of hundreds of frogs around a vernal pool, but did you know that you can be part of an important scientific project too? Leer más.