Northern Fence Lizard Diet?

Answer The northern fence lizard is a primarily insectivorous, small-sized lizard that is native to the Northeastern United States. In some areas, such as New York, it is a threatened species. In other ar... Read More »

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Western Fence Lizard's Diet?

The western fence lizard, also known as a blue belly or a swift, is a species of lizard native to the western United states including Oregon, California, Nevada and Utah. It is part of the spiny li... Read More »

How to Care for an Eastern Fence Lizard?

To care for an Eastern fence lizard and see it thrive, create a habitat similar to its natural environment. There are 12 species of these lizards, often called swifts, and they live in warm climate... Read More »

Yellow-Spotted Lizard's Diet?

The yellow-spotted tropical night lizard is a small lizard native to the tropical regions of North and South America as well as some parts of Central America. They are believed to be nocturnal as t... Read More »

Northern Cardinal's Diet?

Colorful and active with a melodious song, the bright red northern cardinal (cardinalis cardinalis) is a favorite backyard bird in the eastern half of North America. Like most songbirds, cardinals ... Read More »