I live in New Brunswick, Canada, and today I was cutting some firewood. I had a big yellow birch on the ground and was starting to limb it, when I noticed a little frog on one of the limbs. I brought him home and googled him, and found that it was a Grey Tree Frog- Wikipedia says that there are only isolated pockets of these critters in NB.
I released him because we are into the first week of October, and I don't at the moment have a suitable aquarium for a frog- I figured he'd be better off getting himself settled for winter.
In the future, however, I'd love to have one of these guys as a pet. Does anyone know of a comparatively easy way to locate and capture Grey Tree Frogs? I've lived here in NB for going on 30 years, and this is the first one I've ever seen, though I've heard that they are not so scarce as Wiki seems to contend.