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Thanks I tried to identify this plant online but they all look the same with out their blooms. This is one we have in our garden and it has not bloomed in the two years since we've had it. It may not be getting enough sunlight in it's present location.
That is a Tokay Gecko they are one of the largest geckos in the world and in the Asian countries in which it lives it is welcomed into peoples houses as a symbol of good luck. I love these geckos because they have a cool look. Nice picture.
Thanks for the update I knew that the pileated Woodpecker was a common one around those parts of Texas but the Downy and red-bellied are ones I have heard of my book might be outdated and they have updated the range. Thanks i'll take it under advisement. Thanks again.
I am so sorry Christy about responding to you so late but I would like to thank you for being one of the first people to respond when I first started out on this site. I love all animals no matter how creepy, no matter how cute and Turkey vultures may not be winning a beauty pageant anytime soon I do agree that they help after that insightful note that you sent me back at that time. keep up the good work.
No problem Daniele glad to be of assistance. I am going to start adding notes to all my sightings because it might help others when encountering they encounter them or just to share my life experiences with the world we share with each other and the animals. Glad I could help.