I saw these Western Fence Lizard in the plaza entrance to the John Anson Ford Theatre in Hollywood, CA.
I did not get the best photos as it started to move when I brought out my phone, but it definitely was a Western Fence Lizard. My colleague, Molly, also said it was a WFL.
We were told that there are lots of lizards in this area, which makes sense since the Ford Theatres are situated in the Cahuenga Pass in the eastern end of the Santa Monica Mountains.
Bright silvery eye, black feathers with green iridescence, about the size of a starling or robin. Foraging between rocks at the water's edge of Echo Park Lake.
Very quick and was ready to run away with any sound of rustling we made
Noosed and released. Learning experience for my friend here holding it
Caught and released while hiking in Runyon Canyon. Found basking in full sun on a rock at 10:54 am.
Found hiding in a crevice of a large rock while hiking in Runyon canyon at 11:24 am. He was only 2-3 inches long
I saw buckwheat in Earon canyon but I found the one with flowers in chantry flats.
Compound leaf fern has more than one blade. All blades of a leaf are attached to a single leaf stem.
I found a Lizard with blue dots in its body on the tree.
I know some black and yellow caterpillars that live on tree are poisonous(small amount of poison) that could harm some people and animals.
I found this plant in Chantry flat. Plant has a large open green leaves.