There is an incredible phenomenon that happens every spring in Massachusetts. On the first rainy nights when the temperature is around 45°F or higher, certain amphibians such as wood frogs and spotted salamanders emerge en masse from their wintering sites, heading to temporary water bodies called vernal pools to breed. It’s an event often dubbed Big Night. These five images from […]
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