You Never Know Who Is Watching

You never know who is watching while working in the garden.  I spotted the head of a toad peeking from a hole.  It burrowed into the soft soil the Cicada Wasps have dug up.

While working near the house, I found this brown anole watching me from a weep hole between the bricks. The brown anoles live out front and the greens are in the back yard. (He is small and the photos were taken with a phone, so not the best.)

This time, I’m the one watching this little green anole.  It is so tiny and cute exploring the world it just entered.

10 Comments on “You Never Know Who Is Watching”

  1. shoreacres says:

    The baby anoles are darling. I’d rather be watching them than the weather, but it appears weather-watching has to take precedent just now. I didn’t plan to schedule a tropical storm for my week’s activities, but it looks like we may (may!) get the chance.

  2. Christina says:

    My constant companions in the garden are the lizards

  3. FlowerAlley says:

    Cute little friends you have there.

  4. I love the anoles, too. I have read there are 2,000 per acre here!

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