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    There is a very interesting series of calls coming from the reedbeds at the Villebon lake, I think there are probably five or more species heard in this clip.

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    Lovely and clear . Chiffchaff Robin/wren and The others might be might be reed warblers
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    There is definitely a Chiffchaff, plus a Wren and Black Cap, but what is more interesting is the sound in the background, could well be Frogs.
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    Yep frogs I think you are right



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    The frogs in this clip turned out to be the Edible Frog, Pelophylax kl. esculentus Reptiles & Amphibians of France - Edible frog, Pelophylax kl. esculentus the audio clip is towards the bottom of the page, just hover over the button.

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    That's really good, Rolf!

    When we stayed in the Dordogne area once, there was a large pond of these outside the local restaurant!!!

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    But at least the frogs legs would have been really fresh

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