I'm a retired website builder and amateur photographer and decided to merge those two interests with this website.
My interest in photography is primarily due to the variety of birds and the abundance of wildlife in South Florida where I moved to in 2018.
Both the Everglades and Big Cypress National Preserve are a short drive from Naples and where I tend to go to take photos, along with the many closer nature parks, rookeries, and preserves in my area.
The vast majority of photos were taken in Florida, exceptions will be clearly marked.
The non-native Brown Anoles are brown to grayish in color, generally with whitish or yellowish patterning on the back. Like the Green Anole generally have an orange or red throat fan with a white edge.
Although the brown anole has a shorter snout than the green anole, the two species are can be distinguished by the green anole's green or lightly patterned brown coloration and by range. It is believed that the Brown Anole lives primarily on the ground and may be forcing Green Anoles to live higher in trees than they did prior to the Brown Anoles appearance.