Gray TreefrogHow to Identify: 1 1/4 - 2 in. (3.2-5.1 cm); green to gray to brown; light spot beneath eye; bright yellow or orange on underside of hind legs; large toe pads; a rough or bumpy skin on its back, usually with darker blotches.
Habitat: Trees or shrubs growing in or near water.
Breeding: May through mid-July.
Voice: A short, loud trill lasting up to 30 seconds; slower and more melodic than Cope's gray treefrog. To listen to a gray treefrog, click HERE.