Little net helps catch lizards!
With the onset of cool weather, an occasional anole lizard somehow sneaks into my front hallway. I find them cute at a distance but don’t have the courage to capture and release one with bare hands (thus the toy in the photo!) A dollar store butterfly net easily does the trick without any harm. I keep it handy by my front door!
Little net helps catch lizards! With the onset of cool weather, an occasional anole lizard somehow sneaks into my front hallway. I find them cute at a distance but don’t have the courage to capture and release one with bare hands (thus the toy in the photo!) A dollar store butterfly net easily does the trick without any harm. I keep it handy by my front door! Camilla Mazzotta, Charlotte
Little net helps catch lizards! With the onset of cool weather, an occasional anole lizard somehow sneaks into my front hallway. I find them cute at a distance but don’t have the courage to capture and release one with bare hands (thus the toy in the photo!) A dollar store butterfly net easily does the trick without any harm. I keep it handy by my front door! Camilla Mazzotta, Charlotte

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