Song of the Okefenokee

An excerpt from Suwannee River, Strange Green Land by Cecile Hulse Matschat, 1938.  “In the evening, or after a warm rain, the frog orchestra turns out in full force. Each species has its own peculiar song and pitch; and much of the really primitive folk music of Okefenokee is borrowed from its frogs and toads. The swampersContinue reading “Song of the Okefenokee”