Because they're there...

Backyard nature journal entry, May 13, 2017...
Green Anole
Photographer: William Wise | iNat Observation: 43447499 - Green Anole; Athens-Clarke County, Georgia. May 13, 2017. ©williamwisephoto.com

Saturday, 4:21 PM - The day started off damp and gray after the thunderstorms last night. Although it was 65 degrees, it felt a tad cool on my back patio this morning.

Still not seeing any regular appearances by the female Ruby-throated Hummingbirds this year; just an occasional male. The Chipping Sparrows have begun building a nest in Crepe Myrtle tree by my grill. My regular Anoles scurry around.

How many green Carolina Anoles can I photograph on my back patio? As many as I want! Just because something is common, doesn't mean it isn't intriquing and wonderful to behold! I had fun watching this one. Instead of scurrying away from me, He kept doing his "push-ups" and enlarging his pink dewlap. It is obvious my back patio is his territory to protect. I'm glad he allows me some time to relax out here every once in a while!

Athens, Georgia; May 13, 2017

Publicado el mayo 13, 2024 09:59 MAÑANA por williamwisephoto williamwisephoto

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i never stop observing these, they are so photogenic and obliging! one of my top 2 most observed species, it fluctuates between these and crane-fly orchid

Publicado por supertiger hace alrededor de 1 mes

They are indeed such wonderful lizards! :)

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