|Cope's Gray Treefrog
Not often seen on the ground or at water's edge except during breeding season. Most forage aloft in small trees or shrubs that are are near or actually standing in shallow bodies of water.
Cope's Gray Treefrog is found more in the northeast and midwestern states. However, they are common in Georgia.
Wilson, Lawrence A. 1995. Land
Manager’s Guide to the Amphibians and Reptiles of the
South. The Nature Conservancy, Southeastern Region, Chapel Hill, NC. 360 pages.
Checklist of Amphibian Species
and Identification Guide