Upland Chorus Frog
A small gray or tan frog with dark dorsal stripes that are narrow or broken into a series of dashes or spots. Some frogs may lack such markings. A gray, irregular stripe extends from the snout through the eye and down each side to the groin. A dark spot on the head between the eyes may be triangular. Breeding males have dark throats. Breeding call is similar to the boreal (formerly called western) chorus frog’s, a raspy, extended “prreeep” with an inflection at the end, but the upland chorus frog’s is longer and lower.