Sadly, Frederick/Frida has moved on with his life. He hung out on our patio plants for about two weeks. Last two times I saw him it was for about only half an hour each time. My son is fine with it, although we were both quite delighted to have Freddy with us. As a parting gift, he gave us the best lens captures so far.
My son being the herp expert he is, verified that Knight Anoles are capable of slight color changes. We’d been wondering if it was the light in some photos, but we also saw him do so with the naked eye.
He’s quite athletic too.
We also noticed that in the short time he was our guest, Freddy grew visibly. As he became more and more absent from the patio, we had the feeling that he was braving the world and making it his own.
We bless you on your way Freddy. Our patio and its plants are always available to you. You know how to find this spot and are always welcome. Journey well. We miss you, but we understand. Thank you for delighting us!
© Pamir Kiciman 2010