Whenever it is sunny this guy takes full advantage of the warmed cement mass of this small saint's statue. Constantly adjusting his position relative to the position of the sun and his temperature, I don't know where the lizard shelters when it is too cold or dark, probably under some part of our house that provides a tiny (to us) access point.
I'm not arguing against their stance. But should she accidentally get out, the smaller of our two cats poses little threat. You'll note the anole (on the statue) is aware of and watching the cat, while the cat, well...
Other busyness on sunny days involves a plant I take for granted most of the year. Banks of rosemary are covered with tiny blue blossoms throughout January and February.
That's my Wildlife Wednesday offering for February 2015. Warm ongoing thanks to Tina at My Gardener Says for hosting, and for encouraging and supporting good native gardening by her example. Go read her thoughtful contribution first, and then be sure to check the Wildlife Wednesday comments section for links to other wildlife centric posts. See you there!