Gray Tree Frog In The Daylilies
In between rain showers over the weekend, I stepped out to take some pics of the blooming dayliles. Suddenly, something jumped, and I moved in for a closer look.
It was a gray tree frog just hanging out and enjoying the wet froggy weather.
I followed him as he jumped around the flowers.
He was less than an inch long, and I loved his feet with the sticky pads. So cute. Gray tree frogs can change their color from gray to green depending on the color they are sitting on. They are found in the Eastern half of the US, and range up into Canada as well. They eat insects and spiders. Their toe pads secrete a sticky mucous that allows them to hold on tight.
Don’t you wish you had the ability to hang onto vertical surfaces?
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