wood frog looks like wood. It has a white stripe on its mouth.
The wood frog's call sounds like a quack. It lives near water
or in the woods. It spends a lot of time on the land. The wood
frog eats insects and other small animals. You hear the wood
frog in March. It lays thousands of tiny eggs in clumps of jelly.
Each egg looks like a tiny dot. The predators of wood frog eggs
and tadpoles are leeches, fish and insects that live in the water.
Adults are eaten by raccoons, owls and other animals. If the
wood frog freezes, it can thaw out again.
National Audubon Society Pocket Guide: Familiar Reptiles &
Amphibians of North America by John L. Behler
Frogs and Toads by Dave Showler
Wood Frog by David M. Schwartz