Friday, July 1, 2011

Tree frogs seen at Coventry Lake

A gray tree frog was seen at Coventry Lake this week.  The frog was stuck to a sliding glass door and when the door was opened the frog jumped directly onto the person leaving the door!  It was awesome!  The frog stood still long enough to have its picture taken.  The gray tree frog's scientific name is Hyla chrysoscelis.  It has a cream colored ventral or belly surface and its back or dorsal surface can range from gray to light green.  They are abundant in PA. 
Photo taken by Rich Kolka

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