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Now that's what I call a close up!
The Lizards are proving very accomodating again in eth nice warm sunshine! Fantastic shot by Pete Mitchelmore 23-7-12
23 Jul 2012
With a bit of warmth in the air we have seen a lot more lizard activity and as such visitors have been getting some great images..... However, this one that was found by Neil Phillips and Susan Baker is just down right weird... I would presume that at some stage this lizard has lost its tail but during...
17 Jun 2012
Ha! Ancient armour does the trick...
It may be an ancient design but the Pill Bug's armour is still up to the challange and this Lizard was getting very frustrated with this little ball of frustration! It gave up in the end and the tough little arthropod rolled away to live another day! (Clive Watts) 2-5-12
2 May 2012
With wonderous temerature topping 20c yesterday it was no wonder that Lizards were out sunbathing! Clive Watts captured this female enjoying the sunshine.
24 Mar 2012
With a day of glorious sunshine it was not overly surprising that the Lizards and Marsh Frogs came out to play yesterday. The frogs could be heard the whole way round and their non-aquatic brethren were to be found in some of their usual sunbathing haunts.... In this shot you can see that she...
20 Mar 2012
Just how close can you get to our Lizards??
Pretty close by the looks of things! A family moment - David Bradnum Matthew Foakes getting the low down again... And pretending to be a Komodo Dragon! - Mark Hart
3 Sep 2011
'ave you got a problem??' Up close and personal with one of our enigmatic Lizards! (Matthew Foakes)
2 Sep 2011
Well... perhaps not in the lounge but certainly lounging around on the boardwalks! Common Lizards are especially obvious along the Northern Trail at the moment with up to 30 being visible on a warm weather walk. If you look closely you will see that they look flattened out, almost like they have been...
13 Aug 2011
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