Sights on an evening walk #sol20

M and I like to take evening walks, especially now that the weather is cooler. During these walks, I’ve learned a lot from M about animal tracks. We’ve also seen animal droppings (I can now identify several different kinds) and parts of a snake. The snake must not have survived VDOT’s grass cutting and I’ll have to admit that I wasn’t too sad about that. We’ve seen deer and squirrels and there are cows in the field that adjoins the lane. However, I didn’t expect to see what looks like a lizard on this rural road.

We saw the fellow below on our evening walk. I’m not sure what exactly he is, but he was a pretty unusual sight. The little fellow froze as we stood over him, trying to check him out. However, by the time that we returned, he had disappeared. I wonder if we’ll see him again!

2 thoughts on “Sights on an evening walk #sol20

  1. Darin Johnston

    That is an unusual sight for sure!! We come across snakes, toads, frogs, and an occasional calf! πŸ™‚ However, I’d love to come across a lizard! I’m jealous of your walk and your picture!

    Thank you for sharing this sight with us! πŸ™‚



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