A Florida school district says an unusual passenger was found in a student’s backpack. In a Facebook post, Bay County School District officials say they found a bearded dragon in the middle school student’s backpack Monday. The school says they put the reptile in a box until an adult could take him home. The student…
How does it happen? Quite easily it seems.
We were treated to some spectacular sightings of one of our rarest reptiles this month. We were able to watch and study Sand Lizards for quite some time. One of four species of Lizard seen on the Jurassic Coast Tour. Bookings for next year now open. https://www.wildlifetoursandeducation.co.uk/app/download/11123950/Itinerary+-+Birds++Wildlife+of+the+Jurassic+Coast+2020.pdf
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. The other afternoon I set out to find a specific subject to photograph — an Eastern Collared Lizard. It had been a couple of years since I’d photographed one of these lizards and I was determined to […]
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. Sometimes when I’m out in the field I come across unexpected opportunities. Such is the case with today’s image, a Desert Spiny Lizard that I caught in the act of warming up in morning sunshine. A couple […]
Witness Post: Chuckwalla As an early teen and camper with the Cottonwood Gulch Expeditions in New Mexico, I was introduced to one of the meanest looking reptiles in the desert. Called the Chuckwalla, it looked ferocious. Little did I know that it was all just for show and that our counselor, Roy Barnes, liked to […]
I have previously written a post which includes what people wish they had known before getting a leopard gecko (read here), so I thought I should to write one detailing some of the best things about owning one… I reached out to my Instagram followers for some of their favourite things too, and I have […]
Sunbathing on my stone.
It may surprise you to learn that leopard geckos can suffer from oral health-related problems, just like humans! Like many other reptiles, leopard geckos are polyphyodonts, meaning they continually replace their teeth. Leopard geckos have around 100 teeth which are replaced every 3 to 4 months, but they are tiny, so you probably can’t see them […]