Lizard  
This anole and the one in the photo below are different lizards, about half a mile apart.

I was trying to figure out what it was, but I got rather distracted by the bird pix I can get with the camera I got for Christmas 08, and I'm still chasing the birds, so hang in there with me for a bit and I'll get back to my lizards and other stuff too.

I'm still a bit confused by the varied appearances of our brown anoles, but Allison helped me out with this one. She says:

This lizard is a Cuban Brown Anole (Anolis sagrei sagrei). Some cool websites for anoles include:
http://www.wildherps.com/families/Polychrotidae.html
http://www.biol.vt.edu/faculty/jenssen/
http://www87.homepage.villanova.edu/todd.jackman/anolis/anolis.html
Nice Photos
-Allison  {Thanks very much Allison!!}
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