On Virginia Water Radio for 4-4-16: Green Frogs

Virginia Water Radio’s latest episode, for the week of April 4, 2016, is “Many Frogs are Green, But Some are Actually Green Frogs.”  The 4 min./24 sec. episode, available online at http://www.virginiawaterradio.org/2016/04/episode-310-4-4-16-many-frogs-are-green.html, focuses on the commonly found Green Frog, featuring sounds of this amphibian along with an instrumental version of “Five Green and Speckled Frogs,” a folk song traditionally used to help children learn to count  (recorded for this episode by Virginia musician Stewart Scales).  It also includes information on Blacksburg, Virginia’s, current “16 Frogs” sculpture project, which seeks to call attention to the town’s Stroubles Creek watershed.

Two Green Frogs and goldfish Radford Hospital pond August 7, 2013

Two Green Frogs in a pond in Radford, Va., August 7, 2013.

Virginia Water Radio’s is a weekly broadcast/podcast produced by the Virginia Water Resources Research Center.  The home page is http://www.virginiawaterradio.org.  Have a listen or two!

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