TLR - need guidance on limiting wood frog distress until he can be safely released. I captured a wild wood frog late Tuesday night and brought it home to take some pictures and show my son. Overnight the temperature dropped quickly and it became very windy (30 mph gusts of 70). The weather is not expected to let up until next Saturday. I am afraid of taking him back after he's been acclimated to room temperature, and I'm not sure he will have a chance to find a suitable hiding spot before freezing over. I don't have a suitable long term habitat for a wood frog, I didn't intend to keep him longer than one night. He is making distress calls at night and I am worried he wont last long. I figured my options are to let him go and hope for the best or attempt to freeze him myself under controlled conditions until Saturday. I cannot find any guidance on safely freezing wood frogs. Does anyone here have experience with this or have any other suggestions?