He said he didn't know whether the caller was a bird, or beast, or whether it might be young bobwhites, queer, brownheaded nuthatches, or some other bird? A rain came up and not until he was just ready to leave did he solve the note. It was that of Bufo quercicus. It seemed so unfroglike or untoadlike a call to him.
--Albert Hazen Wright, 1932, Life-Histories of the Frogs of Okefinokee Swamp, Georgia