Tell me a Story: October 2017

I love Iguana.  While they are not native to South Florida, they are here in abundance.  We used to have one living on our dock for the longest time.  We had an unusually cold winter one year and he disappeared and along with him, a lot of iguana locally died.

However, in our local wetland the colony seems to be growing again.  On a walk through the wetlands prior to surgery I happened to find this guy hanging out in the shaded area.

Wakodahatchee Wetlands: April 6, 2017: 1523

Wakodahatchee Wetlands: April 6, 2017:  1524

Wakodahatchee Wetlands: April 6, 2017:  1529

Wakodahatchee Wetlands: June 29, 2017: 5397

Wakodahatchee Wetlands: June 29, 2017: 5390

Wakodahatchee Wetlands: June 29, 2017: 5406

Wakodahatchee Wetlands: June 29, 2017: 5425

Wakodahatchee Wetlands: June 29, 2017: 5391

Wakodahatchee Wetlands: June 29, 2017: 5426

Wakodahatchee Wetlands: June 29, 2017: 5421

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