beside coastal path between Greve De Lecq and Plemont Point
Mrs Lynda Badrick - 14/8/2013
We have only just arrived home and searched for the name of the lizard we saw. It reminded us of a courgette so we could easily identify it when we got home. We were lucky it stuck around in the undergrowth for about 2 minutes.
By the 2nd world war bunker museum St Ouens Bay
Alistair Chadwick - 20/8/2013
In dense grass behind 1 of the bunkers at the northern end of the bay, He or she was super.
In our house!
Roy Everitt & Jacqui Carrel - 22/8/2013
It was brought into the house by the cats - we rescued it unharmed and released it onto the back garden wall near the hedge - it shot off.
We live near a field, so guess it came from there.
(Half way along Rte de Noirmont)
on cliff path between greve de lecq and plemont
Caroline Vibert - 31/8/2013
Saw one large specimen on the path which ran off in to the brush. Second smaller actually in the undergrowth. Both seen more towards Plemont, on a sharp descent.
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