During the spring I participate in several bird population studies, managed by the wonderful folks in New Jersey Audubon Society’s Citizen Science program. To accomplish one of these studies, I drive about 10 miles on sandy dirt roads through the Pine Barrens, after dark, stopping every mile to listen for and count Whip-poor-wills. At a couple locations I also hear Pine Barrens Treefrogs singing away in the dark. One of my personal challenges this year is to capture a photographic image of these amazing little frogs. Here is a really cool video, featured on a nature photography blog, of several Pine Barrens Treefrogs found in North Carolina.