Garden Photography : Blue tongue lizard.

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 A round of applause for the blue tongue lizard, he is our resident snail and slug eater and loves this hot, sunny spot where he lives under the rocks.


This month Jude is looking for wildlife in her “Garden Photography” challenge.

“This month I want to see photos and stories about wildlife in the ‘garden’ – insects, spider, birds, rabbits, hedgehog, fox, snake (!) whatever you can find in your garden, public gardens, lakes, parks. But please not the family dog!”

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17 thoughts on “Garden Photography : Blue tongue lizard.

  1. Can I borrow him? Plenty of snails here to eat 😦

    • Much better solution than pellets. I had a big snail/slug problem when we first came here. But as the plants grew and Jack created habitats for creatures these fellows took up residence and now I very seldom see the slimy ones…

  2. Is he a she and pregnant?

    • Ah who knows? Male and female both look alike. Could very well be pregnant or just had a big feed of snails!!!

  3. Applause to him for good manners, not sticking his tongue out at you!

  4. Wow! What a handsome beastie! I think you’re going to win this challenge, Pauline 🙂

  5. What fabulous colours, and a great shot to greet me on a chilly sunny Warsaw morning.

    • Pleased to hear you have arrived safely. Wrap up and keep warm I will look forward to spring blossoming over there.

  6. Agree with Jo – you are definitely winning on wildlife!

  7. He’s actually rather cute.

  8. Love this capture and yes she could be Pregnant.

  9. oracleofeerwah

    Great snaps…

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