Last night this gray treefrog (Hyla versicolor) came to visit our water garden and serenade us during the rainstorm. We have a barrel full of water and plants with a small fountain next to the front door that refreshes—if only mentally—during the hottest of days.
We frequently hear gray treefrogs, usually high in the trees, but I'd never seen one in person before. Their call involves a little ventriloquism—it's hard to find the source.
In the woods at the bend in Piersol Road there is a red tail hawk nest with a juvenile calling—pretty much every time I pass by.