Pine Barrens Tree Frog

Hyla andersoni

1" - 1 1/2"

Distinctive male call is a low, nasal quonk, during breeding season from mid-May to mid-June.

Found in white cedar and sphagnum bogs and swamps.

Long considered an icon of the New Jersey Pinelands, the Pine Barrens Treefrog can be heard and observed readily in appropriate habitats and times in late spring. They vanish into surrounding uplands for the remainder of the year.

Status: State: Endangered

Image of The Pine Barrens tree frog.[+ ZOOM] The Pine Barrens tree frog. © PPAImage of The Pine Barrens tree frog (Hyla andersoni).[+ ZOOM] The Pine Barrens tree frog (Hyla andersoni). © Bob Birdsall
 
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