Decisions, Decisions

Resting on a cushion of snowy white Frostweed blooms, this Green Anole, Anolis carolinensis, can’t decide:

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…should I be green?

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…or brown-ish?

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Noticeable in his rather mottled confirmation, he should skedaddle to someplace safe where he won’t become a morsel for some passing bird. Or cat.

Even in this indecisive state, I’m certain that he’d want to remind that Wildlife Wednesday is next Wednesday, November 5th. My gardens enjoy lots of wildness and I’m sure your garden does too. Please join in posting about the wild garden visitors for November Wildlife Wednesday. Share the rare or mundane, funny or fascinating, beneficial or harmful critters you encounter. When you comment on my post, please remember to leave a link to your Wildlife Wednesday post so we can enjoy a variety of garden wildlife observations.

Happy Wildlife Wednesday and good wildlife gardening!

8 thoughts on “Decisions, Decisions

    • I’m so glad you’ll be in–potlucks are so much more interesting when there’s a variety! The frostweed were, still are, grand this fall. In the process of seeding out–more for next year!

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  1. Those little Anoles are so fun! I really have a soft spot in my heart for them for some reason. Of course we don’t have them here in Wisconsin, but I’ve so enjoyed seeing them when we’ve traveled to warmer climes. Great headline for this post!

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    • They are very cute. I love the way the cock their heads and look at me like I’m a bit a of a numbskull for bothering them. I enjoy having them around, in all sorts of places, in the garden.

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