Lizards at Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge

Eastern Collared Lizard

Eastern Collared Lizard

A Prairie Lizard

Prairie Lizard

Prairie Lizard

These lizards were all located at my campsite (Doris Campground – Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge). I think the first two photos are an Eastern Collared Lizard and the rest are Prairie Lizards.

My Trip To The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge:

Bison – Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge

Texas Longhorns
Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge Deer
Wichita Mountains Prairie Dogs
Prairie Dog Family
Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge
Doris Campground

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  1. Excellent … amazing what may be found in campgrounds. These guys certainly aren’t “mega-fauna”, but captivating in their own ways.

  2. Wow. Very cool, Steve. Great to see these photos of these interesting animals. I think we have only one species of lizard in Saskatchewan.

  3. I have always known the second as “Fence Lizard” but the come in many different varieties across the US. I think they are actually separate species. But then I am not an expert on herps.

  4. Love these beauties, so different than those I grew up with in Florida. What is their length range?

  5. Love these beauties, so different than ones I grew up with in Florida. How long were these?

  6. I ran across these Eastern Collared Lizard yesterday for the first time. I was looking for something new and two of these guys popped up. What I really liked was they were not particularly shy. So I had a great chance to watch them and get of several images I found your site for the ID, thanks. I had no clue as to what the were. Great shots of these beauties!