Click here to skip to content

Listen to nature: explore frog and toad wildlife sounds

Frog (7K)

Listen to the sound recordings on this page with the Windows Media Player

All recordings copyright British Library Board. The recordings on this site are for private listening only; copying, broadcasting or reproduction is prohibited.

African Toad Bufo regularis
calls, recorded by Robert Stjernstedt, 3 August 1966, Lake Duluti, Arusha, Tanzania.
American Bullfrog Rana catesbeiana
mating calls, recorded by Tom Cosburn, 10 June 2002, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada
American Toad Bufo americanus
mating calls of several individuals, recorded by Tom Cosburn, 12 June 2002, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada
Common Frogs Rana temporaria
recorded by Laurence Shove, 12 February 1965, South Brent, Devon, England.
Common Toad Bufo bufo
calls, recorded by Eric & May Nobles, 19 March 1989, Llandrindod Wells, Radnor, Wales.
Daintree Whistling Frog Sphenophryne fryi
recorded by David Stewart, 2 September 1995, Windsor Tableland, Queensland, Australia
Dusky Toadlet Uperoleia fusca
recorded by David Stewart, 23 January 1995, Ourimbah State Forest, New South Wales, Australia
Frog chorus
recorded by Richard Ranft, August 1981, Foz de Jutai, Jutai, Brazil.
Green and Golden Bell Frog Litoria aurea
recorded by David Stewart, 9 January 1995, Yuraygir National Park, New South Wales, Australia
Grey Tree Frog Hyla versicolor
mating calls of several individuals, recorded by Tom Cosburn, 9 June 2002, Kirby Woods, Ontario, Canada
Leaf Green Tree Frog Litoria phyllochroa
recorded by David Stewart, 23 January 1995, Watagan Mountains National Park, New South Wales, Australia
Malabar Flying Frog Rhacophorus malabaricus
recorded by Katie Hampson, 20 July 1998, Coorg, Lackunda Estate, Karnataka, India.
Marine Toad Bufo marinus
calls, recorded by Richard Ranft, 27 April 1985, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica.
Mink Frog Rana septentrionalis
chorus, recorded by Tom Cosburn, 9 June 2001, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada
Mixed Frog Chorus
calls, recorded by Tom Cosburn, 13 June 2002, Algonquin Provincial Park. Ontario, Canada
Mixed Frog Chorus
calls, recorded by Tom Cosburn, 15 April 2002, Kortright Conservation Area, Ontario, Canada
Northern Leopard Frog (Rana pipiens) and Wood Frog (Rana sylvatica )
chorusing, recorded by Tom Cosburn, 14 April 2001, Humber Trails Park, Ontario, Canada.
Pobblebonk Frog Limnodynastes dumerili
recorded by Vicki Powys, 13 February 1992, Sunny Corner, New South Wales, Australia.
Poison Dart Frog Dendrobates trivittatus
recorded by Richard Ranft, 27 September 1985, Tambopata Wildlife Reserve, Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios, Peru.
Rusty Forest Treefrog Leptopelis viridis
recorded by Mark Day, 29 July 1989, 7km north of Bafarta, Guinnea-Bissau.
Southern Laughing Tree Frog Litoria tyleri
recorded by David Stewart, 17 January 1997, Kalateenee State Forest, New South Wales, Australia
Sphagnum Frog Kyrannus sphagnicolus
recorded by John B. Fisher, 30 October 1983, New England National Park, New South Wales, Australia.
Spring Peeper Hyla crucifer
chorus, recorded by Tom Cosburn, 4 June 2003, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada
Spring Peeper Hyla crucifer and Northern Leopard Frog Rana Pipiens
mixed chorus, recorded by Tom Cosburn, 15 April 2002, Humber Trails Park, Ontario, Canada
Strawberry Frog Dendrobates pumilio
song, recorded by Richard Ranft, 20 February 1985, La Selva Biological Reserve, Heredia Province, Costa Rica.
Tree Frog Hyla granosa
calls, recorded by Richard Ranft, 12 September 1985, Tambopata Wildlife Reserve, Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios, Peru.
Western Chorus Frog Pseudacris triseriata triseriata
mating calls, recorded by Tom Cosburn, 15 April 2000, Kortright Conservation Area, Ontario, Canada
Listen to nature