Arrow-right Camera

The Spokesman-Review Newspaper The Spokesman-Review

Saturday, February 22, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
Clear Night 28° Clear


Everything tagged

Sort by:

Stories tagged: frogs

Rare blue northern leopard frog found in Eastern Washington

In the arid land east of Spokane – punctuated by channels and basins carved by ancient hydraulic cataclysm – Washington biologists discovered a rare and beautiful genetic mutation in late …

UPDATED: Thu., July 25, 2019

Frog population explodes in region of Vermont

A wet spring has caused one frog population to explode in an area of Vermont where throngs of the amphibians have been hopping through fields and lawns, darting across roads …

Plague of frogs: Five Mile property owners say stormwater pond is ruining their neighborhood

City documents indicate a local homeowners association is responsible for keeping up the single-acre stormwater feature behind Lori and Bill Moore’s home on Panorama Drive. But enforcement is lagging, and …

Croak to croon: City frogs sing more alluring love songs

City frogs and rainforest frogs don’t sing the same tune, researchers have found.

A ribbit of hope: Panama frogs hop back after nasty disease

After years of silence, the rhythmic dee-dee-deeps of frogs and toads are returning in parts of Panama.

Five years in the making, new survey catalogs nearly 200 species across the Idaho Panhandle

After five years of work, an Idaho Department of Fish and Game biologist recently finished one of the most comprehensive records ever compiled about what lives in the Idaho Panhandle’s …

100 years ago in Spokane: ‘Millions’ of frogs descend on Black Lake

A “plague of frogs” descended upon Black Lake in Idaho.

Girl safe after night in barn with donkeys

A 10-year-old girl spent the night alone in a barn with about 10 donkeys in southeast Spokane while a team of officers and volunteers combed her neighborhood late Sunday and …