When police in Wisconsin went to check out a neighborhood noise complaint, they found a rather surprising culprit.  

According to the Portage Daily Register, the small town of Baraboo, Wisconsin has received two complaints this month about noise coming from one couple’s home.  

However, rather than finding the homeowner’s jamming out to loud music, the responding officer found a group of frogs “getting down” and making mating calls at full throat.

“Every spring, this happens,” homeowner Debbie Alsip said to the Register.

“It has woke us up before, if we have our windows open.”

As Alsip explains it, the frogs release a loud, shrill sound as they seek out mates.

When Officer Mike Pichler arrived at the scene, he discovered around a dozen frogs at the pond.

“You don’t see that many frogs at one time unless they’re mating,” Alsip added.

Pichler said he saw a couple of the frogs develop large bulges in their throats as they croaked to one another and even spotted a pair of horny toads mating.

In his report, Pichler said he could hear the noise from his parked squad car.

When Pichler relayed what he had discovered to be the source of the noise, the complaining neighbor asked why the Alsip hadn’t shooed the frogs along.

“I don’t know how I’m encouraging them,” Alsip said about the complaint. “If he thinks I’m going to catch them and take them out, he’s crazy.”

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