A tiny green treefrog tries to hide in Adrian Bennett’s birdhouse.

Sierran treefrogs are a fun sighting. These tiny, usually green, treefrogs can appear in the most unlikely places. Adrian Bennett found one peeking out of the entrance hole of her birdhouse.

These frogs can change their color to match their environment. Here is a photo by Carolyn Andre of one that changed from green to brown to blend in with her barbecue.

But I think it is beyond this treefrog's capability to change to the pinks and blues of Adrian's birdhouse. And, as we know, it's good to be green!

Thanks to Adrian and Carolyn for allowing me to share their photos with you here. We are having a breezy, warm day on the coast today, with not a cloud in sight.

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