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Here at Calypso, on the Bahamian Out-Island of Eleuthera, where we spend the winter, Mme W is still sitting on her chicks, though the nest is becoming more cramped for the 3 of them:
And here is a striking visitor to one of our feeders (filmed through the window screen) - a Bahamian green anole Anolis smaragdinus. I used to think these were the same as the american green anole A. carolina but apparently they are quite distinct species (see http://www.anoleannals.org/2011/06/28/a-horrible-name-for-a-beautiful-lizard/#more-2289). But in both cases there is ongoing competition with the Bahamian Brown Anole, A. sagrei. It seems that typically the Greens occupy the top half of trees, and the Browns the bottom half! In this case the small tree is a Frangipani (a.k.a. Plumeria) , which has beautiful yellow flowers in late spring. It loses its leaves in the "dry" season (which so far this year has been very wet).
2X slo mo.