Bonsai Dragons: A Photo Essay of Lizards and Trees

Where I live there are lizards of many kinds.  They patrol the benches and eat bug intruders.  It’s nice to have them around.  When they aren’t knocking soil out of pots that is.

I’ve gotten some decent photos of them while with the trees and wanted to share.

Here’s some pictures of them on duty:

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Great colors on this lizard gaurding a Shore Juniper
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Iguana on our fence.  He eats more than bugs. He’s about 3 feet long.
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Gecko and a Juniper.
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Tiger Bark?  No they are cats….why are You looking at my tree?
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Lizard resting his head on a Yaupon Holly.
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This guy is feeling down on a Ficus
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I’m the same color as the shore Juniper, they can’t see me!
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Chinese Elm
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Bougainvillea, a lizard and his rolled up tail
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Here’s 2 more keeping tabs an a Bougainvillea
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Just hanging out at the top of an Elm
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Lizard watching over a sick Juniper
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On Bougainvillea duty.  See the blue insect behind him?  Slacking off!
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Same Shore Juniper lizard as above…this time he just woke up, you can see it in his expression

Hope you enjoyed the photos!

 

 

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