Your lizard is about as spoiled as my Spike (hedgehog) .... who refused point blank to touch the 'cheap' dog meat David bought for him at the weekend - we've had to do another shop to buy the gourmet meat he prefers :o)But ... isn't it great to have these little characters visiting our gardensLovely photos
Hi Dors,We must live in similar environments! We have a family of blue tongues in our backyard. We actually had quite a few but our young dog finds them too interesting. It is a bit of a battle to keep them safe so we catch them and place them next door and hope they have enough sense not to come back through the wire. Rather have the lizards than the snakes any day!
Cool! Pretty amazing to have those in your garden :)
Hi Dors, It's so nice to have your subjects come to you. I bet the little guy is your next project. All the best to you. Joan
I just love seeing the wildlife from different areas and while seeing something like that in person might freak me out a bit, it's still a very interesting creature!
Wow, he is so cute!I wish we had animals like this here in the UK.I love his bright blue tongue!
Thank you to everyone for taking the time to view our wildlife. Glad you like all our wildlife. We love it too. :D
I really enjoy the wildlife in the garden, also I am not sure that I would be brave enough to touch it. LOLThanks for sharing the pics.
Wow. I must admit we don't have things like that here and I think I am kind of glad. But it is very interesting to see your lizards in your garden!!
Wow these are beautiful, I wish we had lizards and interesting specimens here
Hi Dors,What great pictures of your resident lizard. He looks quite at home. I have a big bullfrog that is living in my pond and although I have no intention of touching him I am glad he is there. Sue
great post Doreen. Cute little fellow.Great job on the Kangaroo.
Thank you all so much. I will let you know if have any additions. :)
You have to start charging admission when you have visitors!
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