These little frogs are the size of a quarter. You hear them calling “peep peep peep” from ponds and ditches on warm spring nights, But they don’t live in ponds or ditches, they live in trees! They eat small spiders, moth larvae and water midges.
Northern Leopard Frogs, also called meadow or grass frogs, are bright grass-green with oval black spots. You may see them in old fields, meadows, grassy- sedge woods roads and grassy roadside ditches.
Leopard Frogs eat many insects and other invertebrates. Since they spend so much time in grassy places, they eat a lot of agricultural pest insects
Mink Frogs are generally green to brown, often spotted or mottled. Their preferred habitat is quiet waters with lots of plants like lily pads and pickerel weed.
Mink Frogs eat a variety of land and water creatures, particularly ants, beetles, bugs, moth larvae, spiders and flies. When picked up, they smell like a mink (or rotting onions, if you can't quite recall the odour of mink).
Bullfrogs are our largest frog. They are found in quiet coves of lakes with lots of vegetation, especially water lilies. Most are green or yellow-green, but sometimes a blue Bullfrog turns up.
The Bullfrog menu includes birds, other frogs, fish, even their own tadpoles, as well as the usual insects. When held by the hind legs, Bullfrogs may let out a startling scream or squeal. How to hold a Bullfrog Bullfrog tadpole
There are 2,770 species of frogs known in the world.