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Browsing our field guides quickly lead us to the Gray Tree Frog or Common Tree Frog.
The key to the mystery lies in the scientific name Hyla versicolor. This frog changes colors like a chameleon, depending on it's background.
This one is as green as the grass I found it in and the earlier one took on a non-descript gray which seems to be its fall back color.
My little finger tip gives a good idea of the size of this little fellow.
In this picture we can see the toes which give tree frogs the ability to not only climb trees, but stick to glass table tops and windows.
We frequently find them clinging to a window, especially after a rain.
Here we see him inspecting his picture before approving it for publication.
Whenever he got bored posing on the set, he invariably jumped onto the computer keyboard.