Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
Wood frogs are found near moist woodlands, and they are very reclusive. In the winter they hibernate under dead logs, piles of rocks, and dead leaves. In the spring they are one of the first frogs to emerge from hibernation. Breeding takes place in small ponds and coulees. Their diet includes insects and worms.
These frogs are found farther north than any other frog. They have been found in shallow ponds in the Canadian tundra.