Pacific Treefrog


Pseudacris regilla


Pacific Treefrogs lay their eggs in the Beaver pond, Camosun bog and Spanish Creek nursery pond, but you can hear them singing their song in early spring throughout the park.


Pacific Treefrogs love to eat insects, but they also eat their own skill after they shed it!


The Pacific Treefrog is the smallest frog in the park, but it is the most common and noisy.  During mating season one male starts to sing and many other will join in.  These frogs are often green, but they can also be red, brown and even blue!

Photo: Linda Mueller

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