—long, high trill
—nasal "Waaaaa"; shorter and less musical than American toad
Cope's Gray Treefrog
—short, raspy trill; similar to trill of Gray Treefrog but faster
—short "Quonk"; like old bicycle horn
—like a squirrel**
—short trill; slower and more musical than Cope's Gray Treefrog
—like a loose banjo string; "gunk"
Southern Leopard Frog
—chuckles, clucks and groans; also like rubbing a balloon
—rubbing a balloon
—short, high "Peep"
Upland Chorus Frog
—dragging fingernail across teeth of comb
—downward slurred "errrrrgh"
Eastern Cricket Frog
—sounds like two marbles hitting each other
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