A woman I know has a friend who took this photo. Her friend wanted to know what kind of frog it was, so she sent the picture to me. This is the reply I got when I asked for more info:
"They saw him today, 4/3/14, just after 1:30 pm just before the rain started in a burrow next to the neighboring farmers pasture off Rec Rd 3 in Bonham."
Hearing cinereus and gray tree frogs and cricket frogs
The crawfish frog (Lithobates areolatus) is a medium-sized species of frog native to the prairies and grasslands of the central United States. It gets its name because it inhabits the burrows of crayfish for most of the year.