Take a seat

Posted: Wednesday, October 12, 2005


  Photo by Joseph Robertia

Photo by Joseph Robertia

A wood frog rests near a mushroom late last month in Kasilof. Wood frogs are Alaska's northernmost amphibian. They generally stop moving in September and begin to hibernate in nests of mud or under forest litter in preparation for winter.

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