Suddenly, the gray tree frog charged the green one, and the green one either fell or leaped. Now the gray tree frog has claimed the whole window territory. I guess that makes him a bull-y frog.
Saturday, September 12, 2015
This town (window) ain't big enough for both of us
Last summer I noticed the gray tree frog (with yellow under its legs) on my window. I think it hibernates in a cubby hole in the window sill. This year I was noticing it again. However, recently, I began seeing the green tree frog, which is a little smaller. One night I saw the gray tree frog hanging onto the edge of the window sill while the green tree frog was on the window. The night after I took the picture of the green tree frog, the gray one was back. I hoped I had not blinded the green one with the flash from the camera. Not to worry, tonight the green one was back. I saw the green one catch a large moth. Then the gray tree frog appeared as well. I watched as it crawled toward the green one.