Gray tree frogs eat insects, snails, and spiders. They hunt on the ground and in plants.
Gray tree frogs live in forests that are close to bodies of water. Like other frogs, they lay their eggs in pools of water.
Gray tree frogs are able to change color to better blend in with their surroundings. They use the sticky pads on their toes to climb and hold on to trees and other plants. In the wintertime, these frogs are able to partially freeze under leaf litter and thaw again in the spring.