Trying To Understand A Tree Frog

Tree Frog photographed by Jeff Zablow at Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge, Georgia

We kept meeting tree frogs at Big Bend Wildlife Management Area. They fascinate me, they looking a bit goofy to me, and yet at the same time appearing to be wise and long experienced in the ways of the world.

With the upsetting news of the last many years, this tree frog shows no angst, anger or uncertainty. It remains in place, seemingly detached from the distractions that perpetuate in the world around it.

So I stood there, trying to understand this tree frog’s thinking. Was it thinking?

Florida’s Panhandle region, at the Gulf of Mexico.


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