A bird rustled in the vines, and a tree-frog, awaking down on the lawn, shrilled his dolorous cry.
There are few other sounds, for it is winter, and the tree-frog and cicada are silent.
Chamberlain gave the order to fire, when down came Mr. tree-frog looking like a bundle of rags.
This is the song of the tree-frog, sometimes called the tree-toad.
Pickering's tree-frog (Hyla pickeringii) makes the "first note of spring" in the eastern States.
These birds feed upon the tree-frog named rai (thunder), and are always seen flying about in the sky during a thunderstorm.
Sure enough, the tree-frog had taken alarm, and was hobbling away out of reach.
The tree-frog, like all its fellows, buries itself in the mud during winter, and remains torpid.
The loud, rattling, birdy whistle in the low trees during dull weather Yan had traced to the tree-frog.
Stop thoughtlessly to look at a cage containing a tree-frog and two Japanese rats.