Well, I found this little anole bedded down on my Norfolk Island Pine last night. I wouldn't take a picture last night because I didn't want to disturb it early in it's sleep cycle. It would have been mean. I might have pondered that all night if I did.
This morning, close to sun up, I thought it might be OK. This little fellow hasn't moved so I hope it's still alive and didn't just die on that branch. I will check after the sun comes up to make sure. Also I hope I didn't point out to some hungry owl that it was there.
Now it's way too early to come up with some cute poem about anoles like Ivy and Jan have about the critters they displayed in their posts, but you are welcome to try to find one. We have already discussed that most of us thought that these little critters were called chameleons but we were wrong.
Kids love anoles. I think every kid thats come around the camp has found one and played with it. Some even like to keep them as pets which is alright but they do require a lot of care. If kept out of harms way, they can live beyond seven years. There is a website devoted to proper care for your anole.