Green to brown or gray. Below its eye is a light spot edged in brown or gray. The inner thigh is light yellow to green; the back legs must be straightened to see this coloration. A small, delicate Treefrog, 2.9 - 5.1 cm (1 1/8 - 2 in) long.
This frog is a late breeder, starting in early May. Females lay approximately 500 eggs that hatch within a week. Tadpoles transform into adults in one month.
The Bird-voiced Treefrog occurs throughout central Georgia. Some isolated populations may be found elsewhere in Georgia.
This frog is fairly specific in habitat. Any activity such as damming rivers or draining wetlands that changes the amount of wooded, swampy land available will affect its populations.
The range of the Gray Treefrog overlaps that of the Bird-voiced Treefrog. Bright orange coloration on the inside of the thighs identifies the Gray Treefrog.