Green Frog - Lithobates clamitans
I found this frog, along with others, in a really gross, tiny, vernal pool. The water was nearly orange and the surface covered in scum and pollen. I felt bad for the frogs, but there isn't much water in the woods right now, so this is probably the best that they could find. I also saw a bunch of different animal tracks on the edge of the pool and have the impression that the woodland creatures in the area view this spot as a frog buffet, so I doubt these frogs will survive long if they remain in this spot.
If you zoom in on the eye, you will see me and my two kids perched on a log as we watched and photographed these frogs.
The green frog is a species of frog native to the eastern half of the United States and Canada. The two subspecies are the bronze frog and the northern green frog.