Thursday, November 05, 2009

Three chameleons

 
 
 


Has the word gone out that Casa Arcos-Iris has fine dining. We've gone from one to three chameleons in a week. One is very shy so maybe s/he's the new arrival and hasn't found his/her feet yet. We could only get two in one frame but the one in a lower branch is the latest, I think.
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5 comments:

Sue Swift said...

There you are - I told you the ladies would soon be arriving...:)

Jan said...

Somehow I missed your first post about them, but how amazing! I've never seen one in the wild so to speak!

LadyLuz said...

They really are fascinating and it's staggering how well camouflaged they are - they could right under our nose and it's hard to see them unless they move. If they're on a branch, they turn browney/fawn and green.....aint nature wonderful.

Titania said...

I wish I had some chameleons to make short thrift of flies and mosquitoes. Please tell the greenies I have fat grasshoppers as well.
It is wonderful to have those in the garden.

Sunshine said...

Wow, I just found your blog by accident and already it has made me smile with the pictures of your chameleon friends. When we went out to the Luz last time my Dad was so excited as he found one up near the natural part of La Barrosa beach. I am glad to see they are getting more common :-)