The Gray Tree Frog
TABLE OF CONTENTS
• MEET THE GRAY TREE FROG.….3
• HOME SWEET HOME ….. 4
• DINNER TIME……………..5
• ANIMAL ADAPTATIONS…6
• READ MOE/FUN FACTS…8
Meet the Gray Tree Frog
It has large sticky toe pads that help it cling to trees. It
is not nocturnal. It spends the day resting in trees and
shrubs. Toe pads have a rounded body. New froglets
will start off green ,then turn gray.
Home Sweet Home
The gray tree frog lives in moist deciduous woodlands
and swamps near water. It is also found in pine
barrens. They often hang out in bushy, overgrown
The gray tree frog finds its food in the trees and shrubs.
It eats moths, trees and shrubs. It eats moths, tree crickets, ants,
flies, grasshoppers, and beetles. It is very acrobatic and will often
jump from branch to branch to catch it’s prey.
They can change colors from gray to green to camouflage themselves.
Fun Facts/ Read More
The Gray tree frog is capable of surviving temperatures as low as -8
Their songs are like birds or buzzing trills.
• Camouflage: to blend in with your
• Deciduous: a type of tree that loses its
leaves in winter
• Nocturnal: to be awake at night and
sleep during the day
Meet the Author/Illustrator