Evening Chorus at Paramount Park Open Space

Shoreline, Washington 98133

Evening Chorus at Paramount Park Open Space

Evening Chorus at Paramount Park Open Space Professional Review and Guide

"The creation of Paramount Park’s open-space wetland began in the early 1990s as a collaboration of King County Parks and the Paramount Park Neighborhood Group. But it wasn’t truly complete until someone showed up with a beer can. You think you’ve had hoppy beer? This particular brew was made up of the eggs of Pacific tree frogs (Hyla regila) collected in a wild area near Seattle as starter material for the new wetland.

The tree frog, native to the West Coast and generally abundant in our state, is a dwindling species in urban environments due to habitat degradation, collecting of full-grown frogs as pets—the usual list of woes. But visit this small Shoreline park, just blocks from I-5, on a spring or summer evening (usually starting at dusk), and the ponds reverberate with their songs."

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