For years I posted photos of my White’s tree frogs on my blog. I left my frogs in the care of the new lab teacher, but I have discovered tree frogs that live around my deck at home. These common gray amphibians are found in a variety of woodland habitats. They generally spend the day hiding in secluded areas and emerge at night to feed on insects and small invertebrates. Be cautious handling these frogs because they secrete a toxic substance that can irritate your skin.