This is the female from last nest/egg post.
Nest hole. Watched her lay the clutch and then cover them up. If I had not seen it, would never have been able to tell the ground was disturbed!
On a work trip to San Angelo- while I was out in the field at the TPWD office near the lake, I observed this climbing up the wall of the office building. I got two pictures in, and then he took off.
Four individuals sighted – one live adult, one deceased adult, and two juveniles trapped in a window. Both juveniles were hydrated and released outside.
The Texas spiny lizard (Sceloporus olivaceus) is a species of phrynosomatid lizard native to the south central United States, in the states of Texas and Oklahoma, and northeastern Mexico in the states of Coahuila, Nuevo León, Tamaulipas, and San Luis Potosí. They are quite common throughout their range, where they can be found in trees or on fences.