love all the life in your water garden, a paradise for all the creatures. off to the surgeon in 30 minutes. later gater.
We have those kinds of lizards.So, build a pond and the fish will come?
build it and they'll come and they did . . .
Looking at your water feature makes me want one, but I think I will just enjoy yours and I do enjoy it.
My place would be sitting beside it, listening to the wonderful, peaceful sound of water trickling as I read my book...or take a nap...
Hello, the critters have found a happy home in your pond. Enjoy your day and the week ahead!
Looks like they've found their happy place.
Oh my goodness, little green guy in # 2 was it, just adorable, as are all your shots, but he/she is the cutest!
You are such an important part of the flourishing life you have there at the farm, it is as if you instinctively know how to nurture land and critters alike. I know why God has you there... you are his groundskeeper! xoxo
Is that a skink? I used to see praying mantises when I was a kid, but it's been a long time. I blame it on the GMO-filled corn field next door.
I have little Skinks like that. When I lift up a water container for the animals to clean it out, there are always Skinks under it. I am careful to put it back without hurting them.
You done good :) Hug B
How absolutely lovely.
You really have nice variety. I only have one frog in my small fountain and it is not the same one all season. Right now, big one is gone and small one has moved in.
Not guests I would invite though
I see a skink, ladybug, Praying Mantis, and zebra grass. Cannot find anything in the grass, but it sure is pretty. You are a mini wildlife preserve! So sad that winter is coming!
Great series of photo's, the first and second one particularlyAll the best Jan
love the skinks.
The caliber of your photos continues to amaze me. Didn't your sister used to take a lot of your pics? No more! You are now more than up to speed to photograph whatever's in front of you.
And come they did! Kevin Costner would be proud and happy! :)
Absolutely wonderful, Gail.
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