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A medium sized tree frog with relatively dry, warty skin. Virtually indistinguishable from the gray tree frog except by vocalizations.
Tree's shrubs and bushes.
I enjoy listening to frog and toad calls in my very rural backyard. There is a small farm pond about 150 yards away, an in-ground swimming pool and livestock watering troughs. The Cope's gray tree frog, Fowler's toad and Eastern narrowmouth toads are among the most common spring/summer amphibs I hear. All are rather loud and nasal.