Category Archives: Lizard

Eastern Black Swallowtail Caterpillars And Chrysalis

I have some pictures of Eastern Black Swallowtails that I wanted to share. Before I get to that, I wanted to share some information and see if others might have noticed the same thing. We’ve had quite a few eggs and Caterpillars from the Eastern Black Swallowtail, but just as the Caterpillars get to be […]

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Lizard Going Down

It’s been raining here constantly so the wildlife has been essentially staying covered.  Today, finally, in the late afternoon, the sun finally broke through all the clouds. For the critters that depend on a little warmth to get moving, they took advantage of the sunshine. One such critter was this Lizard (Anole).  He started off […]

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Houston Arboretum Wildlife Pictures

I’m going to attempt to present these pictures as I saw them so you can get a feel for how I went on this little field trip today. I’m walking down the trail to the Wildflower field and noticed this large, green Spider.  On closer inspection I could see this Spider was eating some type […]

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Ello Mate!

Check out this little guy.  He was actually in the Butterfly Enclosure and I have no idea how he got in there.  I say “he” but “he” could be a “she” for all I can tell.  He/she was no bigger than my little finger, if that big.  We released him in the garden to munch […]

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