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Real wild British Lizard

By bayesp
Viviparous Lizard (Common Lizard)
Taken this lunchtime in the meadow behind the industrial estate where I work in High Wycombe. Not the most amazing photograph technically, but I have been trying to get a picture of one of these for ages, usually they run away, so I am pleased. Many people think you are mad when you say you saw a lizard in England.
Handheld at 300mm

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: angelamary, nolongeramember, BarbaraB and 2 more

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BarbaraB 12 53 United Kingdom
9 Aug 2005 7:37AM
fascinating! good shot!

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pingo 13 2
9 Aug 2005 7:43AM
Nice shot - you must be pleased. I was expecting you to say that you were in the New Forest rather tha High Wycombe.. Neil
bayesp 15 292
9 Aug 2005 7:59AM
Thanks Guys. I see them here all the time, there are also Slow worms, Partridges, Red Kites (hundreds of em), Kestrels, rabbits, deer, butterflies and moths galore etc etc. All within shouting distance of the Wycombe Wanderers/London wasps ground.
pcjackso Junior Member 12 7
9 Aug 2005 7:59AM
Good shot,you were lucky to capture this
little fellow. Well done.
bayesp 15 292
9 Aug 2005 8:00AM
He was bigger than I expected, about 15CM including tail.

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