|Common Name:||Frog, Pacific Tree|
|Scientific Name:||Hyla regilla|
|Area:||Welcome Center - Beaver Creek State Natural Area, Oregon|
|Date:||August 29, 2013|
The black stripe at the eye is the identifying feature of this our most common frog in the Northwest. Color can vary from greens to tans.
Shellburg Falls Trail - Santiam State Forest, Oregon - - - April 3, 2010 --- photo by Justin Rothboeck.
|Reference:||Western Reptiles and Amphibians by Stebbins / Plants and Animals of the Pacific Northwest by Kozloff||