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.

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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… oracleofeerwah.com
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