Iguanas, Delray Beach FL

The Wakodahatchee Wetlands is home to more than birds. The first iguana was lying quietly in a tree; the second was shaking his dewlap when I walked by, reminding me strongly of John Diefenbaker.

Headshot of iguana lying on tree branch.

Orange and blue-gray iguana showing off his right profile.

Orange and blue-gray iguana showing off his left profile.


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2 Responses to Iguanas, Delray Beach FL

  1. Jim Robertson says:

    Never thought of “the Chief” looking at an iguana, but you are quite right. In future I’ll have a new perspective on them. Wako is one of my favourite places in Florida.
    (I know technically I can’t have more than one “favourite”)

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Jim – If he’d cleared his throat or harrumphed, the impression would have been even stronger. I figured he was likely cooling off, but don’t really know. And Wako is now one of my favourite places, too! 🙂

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