The small locals are still with us. Our nights can hit in the 60’s now (15 C) so they will be looking for their hidden holes soon for the winter. No clue where that may be, just outside in the woods is my hope.
Living and lounging on the big plant pots, and watching us is their usual tough day. Go beyond the screened in porch and it’s a dangerous world.
Below is the more domesticated Anole. Others come and go but this one has routines, and nightly sleeping arrangements.
Most nights he returns and uses my ‘guppy net’ as a place to sleep. Tucks in when he gets the right spot. Like a sleeping bag. He has grown so sleeping high up on the door frame is another spot now.
The net is used to catch Tree Frogs on the porch. Once inside the porch these frogs don’t find their way out, it ends badly without assistance. Anoles are too quick for the net, never has one been in the net unless it was their idea in the first place.