I’m planning an in-depth behavioral study of Anolis sagrei for the summer and need your help finding suitable field sites in Florida.
My ideal location would have the following traits:
– Abundant A. sagrei in an area large enough to support at least 50 adult males
– Relatively open understory
– Not heavily trafficked by people (I’d like to minimize the frequency of behavioral trials being disrupted by inquisitive passersby), but still safe to work in
– Management receptive to researchers
Does anyone know of protected areas, biological or agricultural field stations, or other underutilized green spaces that might fit the bill? I’m open to locations throughout the state.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions!