I had to share a photo from this morning. The Pacific Treefrog (pseudacris regilla) wasn’t terribly camouflaged as it rested on top of a Heuchera. We hear them around the yard but don’t often find their hiding location. It’s always nice to find amphibians in the yard.
7 thoughts on “Sunday Frog”
That frog has a sense of style! Beautiful – what a privilege to have wildlife in the garden.
I was certainly surprised at the striking color contrast. So often the little peepers rest in dark areas, not right out in the open. It was only about 4cm long. 🙂
I’m guessing you have some interesting critters in your yard too!
not a chameleon on that leaf!! beautiful contrast!
That is a very fine looking frog, what a joy to have them in your yard. Karen
A large part of the frog population is darker, not the bright green. Hopefully it will continue to survive and choose better hiding locations!
What a handsome frog! So vibrant. As it warms up around here we get may frogs and toads. I love finding them and watching them!