Interlude – Lang Elliot’s Frog Pond Campout

Young male America Bullfrog ~ Williamsplex via Wikipedia

Young male American Bullfrog ~ Williamsplex via Wikipedia

Click through for a midnight chorus of bullfrogs and green frogs – Lang Elliot Music of Nature – Frog Pond Campout


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7 Responses to Interlude – Lang Elliot’s Frog Pond Campout

  1. wordcloud9 says:

    LOL – Not exactly Kermit the Frog singing “Rainbow Connection”

  2. I guess Kermit would be a green frog, well he is green after all. But those bullfrogs mean business! I don’t recall ever hearing them in the wild, even tho their range does extend to southcentral WI –

  3. I spent much of my youth living in Arkansas and Louisiana. We had swamps nearby and could hear the frogs easily. Frog legs are a staple on many rural southern dinner tables.

  4. pete says:

    I haven’t had a good plate of frog legs in years. Thursday night all you can eat at Ezell’s Catfish Cabin in Wetumpka AL.

  5. Geez guys, I offer you frog music and all you think about is eating the musicians. Shaking head. (LOL)

  6. wordcloud9 says:

    Not me!
    Whenever people tell me “it tastes just like chicken,” I know I’m being conned.

  7. Pete,
    I tried to find Ezell’s in Wetumka online, and it appears they have closed.

    I had some catfish for takeout couple of days ago from a local seafood restaurant. The fish was excellent, but the hushpuppies were overcooked, so had a thick tough dark brown crust. The fried okra was undercooked, and the breading wasn’t even browned. It was mushy, and I rated it as inedible. The catfish was Mississippi farm raised catfish. Corn fed, fresh water ponds, and never lived in the wild.

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