I even found wood frog eggs in two ponds. Wood frogs are probably still in the midst of breeding as many of the ponds I visited yesterday did not have eggs.
Wood frogs are explosive communal breeders, meaning that breeding occurs over just a few days and all (or most) of the eggs are laid in one location in a pond. Eggs are generally attached to submerged vegetation near the water surface in open areas of a pond that are fairly shallow (1-2 feet). When first laid, wood frog eggs are very easy to spot.
|30+ wood frog egg masses (each female lays one egg mass consisting of hundreds of eggs)|
|recently laid wood frog eggs masses|