Did you know that southern leopard frogs like to blend in with their surroundings?
Southern leopard frogs are small, brown or green frogs with dark spots on their backs, legs, and sides.
Least Concern - Population Stabl
Lakes, marshes, ponds, streams, and swamps
Southern leopard frogs lay hundreds of eggs in late winter or early spring stuck to underwater plants.
Spring, summer, fall
Insects and Worms
Southern leopard frogs hunt by ambush.
Southern leopard frogs are often confused with pickerel frogs because both frogs have spots on their backs.
Southern leopard frogs have spots on their backs, sides, and legs. Pickerel frogs have two rows of spots going down their backs.