Rana clamitans is found mostly in the eastern half of the United States and prefers warmer fresh water habitats.  Usually found in lakes, streams, ponds, rivers, marshes, or swamps, green frogs can occasionally also be found in very moist areas of the forest. 

Rana clamitans does not need a large area to live in.  Sometimes home areas are less than 10 meters.  When reproducing, green frogs overwhelmingly reside in still fresh water habitats.  They share habitats with many organisms.

During the winter, green frogs hibernate underground until the next warm season.  The can be found in moist soils, or often, under a bed of water that moves throughout the winter season.  Rarely, green frogs will be seen out and about in the winter, if the weather is unseasonably warm.


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