Spring Peeper (Pseudacris crucifer) Model
Spring Peepers are a small species of chorus frog that sing during the beginning of the spring. Their call sounds like a single “PEEP!”. Their species name “crucifer” is latin for cross-bearer. Their identifying visual feature is an “x” or a cross across their back. Spring Peepers’ range spreads across much of eastern North America, including as far south as Florida and as far north as the southern shores of Hudson Bay.