Saw two. This one was slightly smaller than the other, at about 2" long. This part of the creek is pooling more than flowing now.
In a small creek
New York Canyon, California
These frogs were everywhere! And there were numerous egg masses along the creek as shown in the second picture
Night survey, heard call, saw eyeshine and observed/identified 3 males up close, possibly a fourth. Also Pseudacris Sierra and bullfrogs.
Rough skinned. Found at edge of three foot deep pool in small stream.
The foothill yellow-legged frog (Rana boylii) is a small-sized 3.72–8.2 cm (1.46–3.2 in) frog from the Rana genus in the Ranidae family. This species can be found from northern Oregon, down California’s west coast, and into Baja California, Mexico. Both the Columbia spotted frog and the Cascades frog, also part of the Rana genus, live in the northern regions of this frog's territory. They prefer to live in streams and rivers, and lay their eggs in masses attached...