Frogs of Uinta County
NORTHERN LEOPARD FROG
This species is common in the Bear River and the ponds around Evanston. The Northern Leopard Frog can be bright green to olive brown with large dark spots. The outer edges of the spots are a lighter color, mimicking the look of leopard spots. This species also has prominent pale colored dorsolateral folds of skin extending down its back. Where have you seen or heard this frog?
To learn more about the Northern Leopard Frog in Wyoming and to hear its call go to wyobiodiversity.org
BOREAL CHORUS FROG
This species is the smallest frog in Wyoming. These frogs usually have three sets of stripes (sometimes broken into spots) that extend down its grey, green or brown back. Unlike all other frogs in Wyoming, in the tadpole stage, the eyes of this species stick out to the sides beyond the profile its body. It also has very little webbing between its toes and has small pads on the ends of its toes. This frog is common in the Bridger Valley. Where have you seen or heard this frog?
To learn more about the Boreal Chorus Frog in Wyoming and to hear its call go to wyomingbiodiversity.org.