Grey tree frog just hangs out

Grey tree frogs are, according to Wikipedia, nocturnal. They can be green, like this one, instead of gray, and enjoy eating moths, crickets, ants, flies and other small insects. This one spends a lot of its time on a sliding patio door, after dark, enjoying the insects flying around the porch light. It will walk around on the glass, showing off the toes that look like suction cups, big black eyes and letting people watch as it takes in the insects for its dinner. They are one of five types of tree frog in Indiana.

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