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Nearly Wordless Wednesday, Nov 9, 2011

If you know Your Small Kitchen Garden, you know that a Wordless Wednesday post is beyond my ability. However, in the spirit of wordlessness Wednesdayness, here’s a photo and a caption. Enjoy!

Until this summer, I didn’t even know there are tree frogs in the wilds of central Pennsylvania. Now I wonder how many of these amazing critters I’ve looked at without seeing them. One hung out for two days on my porch rail, mostly snuggled under a gallon milk jug planted with peppers. Resting on a lichens-covered rock or tree bark, this frog would be invisible. Now that I know they’re out there, I’ll watch for Gray Tree Frogs whenever I wander where lichens grow.

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2 Responses to “Nearly Wordless Wednesday, Nov 9, 2011”

  • Mark:

    Stunning little critter!

  • He/she is stunning! Fabulous camouflage. Bet they are down here in mid-Maryland too, and I have probably passed them by. I’ve seen a Green Tree Frog account from one of the project sites I work on, but not a Gray Tree Frog, will be looking this critter up.

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