Jun 21, 2011
If we truly mean them no harm, they lose all sense of fear....
They will nest anywhere, here, in a serai (lemongrass) bed
Close up of the nest in a serai (lemongrass) clump.
Three red eggs hatching out. The color of the new hatchlings the same red as the eggs. We have yet to id the bird.
A crested lizard with a more turquoise coloring than the normal green. It's more curious than fearful of our hand. Occasionally they will just land on your head or shoulder as you walk under a tree. The farm is a sanctuary of sorts for them and other lizards.
PS found this old pic demonstrating what we mean:
Curious visitor from the tree under which we were having lunch