I observed three adults of this species today. A record for this canyon.
I observed four of these beautiful lizards today all between 09:30-10:30. Prior to today I had only observed one in this canyon, this being the only prior example that I'd seen in Haiti.
Strange butterfly seen in yard. Almost looks like a hummingbird.
These were extremely common on this overcast day with probably over a 100 individuals of all sizes out basking on rocks.
In residential area (Belvil [Port-au-Prince])
These are relatively common on the mango trees. Usually they come out in the late afternoon and descend down to almost ground level to feed.
A flock of this species was observed nearby. This individual came to visit, as he seems to most mornings.
Only one of these has been observed.
This is the first one of these I'm seen in a few months. We've had some rains so there are lots of insects and conditions are pleasant out.
These are becoming less common in this area as the dry season progresses.
These are the most common lizard in the area. They are active during the hottest time of day and often frequent trash piles in the neighborhood.
These are relatively common in the area but usually perch on higher wires.
One seen feeding on Agave flower. These are starting to appear in the neighborhood again.