Tadpole in Clubhouse Lake by Aiden and King
Cloudy and humid with a high chance or rain, the temperature was in the 60's.
Found this frog by a creek that might have been three feet deep at most with steep sides. There was a lot of gravel and rocks and would occasionally come up through the water and trees that had fallen along the sides and across the creek as well as some low laying shrubs and thorny bushes. The Northern Cricket Frog was found on the shallow edge of the water with only its eyes poking up just by a leaf. It didn't move while it was being observed so maybe it was using the water as a way to hide from predators?
A deep pool of a slow running feeder stream for Barton Creek made for a nice calling ground for Nebulifer and Crepitans.
The northern cricket frog (Acris crepitans) is a species of small hylid frog native to the United States and northeastern Mexico. Despite being members of the tree frog family, they are not arboreal. It has three recognized subspecies.