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April 16, 2022. Our most common resident reptiles, the Carolina anoles, are once again out in full force. They bring a smile to my face whenever I see them in the garden – sometimes scurrying, but usually just lazing about, often in unexpected places. So it was this morning: I was sitting at the breakfast table, glancing outside, when I spotted something sprouting from the head of the metal crane that keeps watch over our pond. Venturing outside to explore, I soon found out it was a boy anole, puffing his throat periodically. A little while later, another one was using a garden ornament's head as a perch: this one had selected my rotund frog as a place to sun itself. Welcome, little lizards!

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