This is either a Common Gray Treefrog or a Cope’s Gray Treefrog. Even though they have gray in their name, they can be brown or green or blotchy. One characteristic that helps… Continue reading →
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Spinning Oak into Gold
Birding a Barrier Island
Fish for Dinner — or Not
Twelve Days of Christmas, National Elk Refuge Style