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Wood Frog

wood frog photo How to Identify: 1 3/8-2 3/4 inches (3.5-7.0 cm); pink, tan, or dark brown; dark mask through the eye; prominent ridges on its back; light stripe on upper lip.

Habitat: In or near moist wooded areas.

Breeding: March through April.

Voice: A hoarse, subtle quacking with little carrying power. To listen to a wood frog, click HERE.

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