What Do Wood Frogs Eat?

What do wood frogs eat

Wood frogs (Lithobates sylvaticus) are fairly small frogs found in the northeastern quarter of the United States and throughout most of Canada to central and southern Alaska. Like most frogs, Wood frogs are obligate carnivores as adults, which means they eat animal … Read more

Can Frogs Live In Saltwater?

Can frogs survive in saltwater?

There are over 7,000 frog species around the world – found in a wide variety of habitats, from rainforests to mountainous areas, to dry regions. Different frog species have adapted to living in different environments. But can frogs live in … Read more

Are Frogs Nocturnal?

Are frogs nocturnal?

On warm nights in the wet season, frogs come out of their daytime retreats to call and look for mates. It’s common to hear the croaking of hundreds of hidden frogs – coming from ponds, and other bodies of freshwater … Read more

Are Frogs Cannibals?

Frogs are aggressive predators that aren’t picky with what they eat. Different frog species can eat slightly different things, mainly based on their size and the environment they live in. In general, the bigger the frog, the bigger the prey … Read more

Where Do Frogs Go During The Day?

Where do frogs go during the day?

The majority of frog species are primarily either nocturnal or crepuscular and are most active in the dark and twilight hours. When inactive, they retreat to cool, sheltered locations where they can conserve energy, and avoid predators such as hawks that … Read more

Everything You Need To Know About Wood Frog Eggs

Wood frog eggs

Like most frogs, wood frogs (Lithobates sylvaticus) reproduce by laying eggs. These eggs are laid in the water and attached to twigs, grass, or other vegetation just slightly below the surface of the water. Many wood frogs lay their eggs communally, so it’s common to … Read more