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Dimensions1768 x 1329
Original file size1.06 MB
Image typeJPEG
Color spacesRGB
Date taken18-Jun-15 10:50
Date modified24-Jun-15 11:06
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Camera makeApple
Camera modeliPhone 6
Focal length4.15 mm
Focal length (35mm)29 mm
Exposure1/2800 at f/2.2
FlashNot fired, compulsory mode
Exposure bias0 EV
Exposure modeAuto
Exposure prog.Normal
ISO speedISO 32
Metering modePattern

BIG SOUND, SMALL SOURCE |That loud short trill you've heard on warm evenings recently just might be emanating from a very small creature. The hyla versicolor, commonly called the gray tree frog is more often heard than seen, due to its remarkably effective lichen colored camouflaged markings. This little critter, about an inch and a half in length, was found next to a small pond at 1600' elevation in Braintree. It's the first gray tree frog sighting in Orange County reported to The Vermont Reptile & Amphibian Atlas, which maintains an informative website at this url: http://vtherpatlas.org/. (Herald / Bob Eddy)