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Synonyms for peeper

a viewer who enjoys seeing the sex acts or sex organs of others

an informal term referring to the eye

an animal that makes short high-pitched sounds

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According to The Journey North, a global study of wildlife migration and seasonal change, spring peepers can start appearing in the South as early as November and into December, but emerge from hibernation in New England in the spring, mostly between March and June.
Unrelated cross rhythms refract cricket creaks and peeper croaks
The 12-inch long crawler was well suited to the typical 8 to 48 inch concrete and PVC pipe that Pipe Peepers would encounter.
May new light and warmth, the blossoming maple and the first buds of spring, the song of the peepers and all creation open our own hearts to embrace an Easter spirit of hope and gratitude, a renewed determination to fix broken relationships, a new awareness and gratitude for your grace in our midst.
Across the San Fernando Valley, residents trained their peepers at hundreds of birds, from red-winged blackbirds to yellow-rumped warblers to great blue herons.
When we moved here in 1997 I walked by in early spring and it was so full of spring peepers, those little inch-long tree frogs that make a single loud peep over and over in search of a mate, that you could hardly distinguish one from the next.
Areas of the United States with especially colorful fall displays attract thousands of leaf peepers.
In the poem titled "A Late Spring Song," for example, she writes: "Sex entertains an audience / eavesdropping by the pool / where peepers thrill and lilacs I overwhelm the spangled dark.
To hide red, tired eyes just drop two reviving eye drops into your peepers to make them sparkle.
Peepers are very common in New York State; however, you may be more familiar with their chorus of high-pitched "peeps" than their appearance.
The Journal takes a look at how to keep your peepers in tip-top condition.
Cornell Plantations, the college arboretum in Ithaca, New York, manages Ringwood Preserve, which features spring peepers, red-spotted newts, wood frogs, spotted and Jefferson salamanders, turtles and, of course, toads.
Why just sleep when you can take a few years off your peepers while doing so?
That used to mean a lot of tree climbing, but Peepers enable biologists to check nearly triple the number of cavities in a given day.
He would call owls, listen to the peepers, and point out constellations.