“Love Can’t Wait” Anolis Carolinensis is sometimes called the American Chameleon. The two mating are on the fence near watergardens, along the sidewalk of our home in TN. Gourley Garden in the Great Smoky Mountains ajoining the National Park. Landscaping, Watergardening, planting small trees and schrubs, adding rocks in the landscape, dry riverbed walkways, all helped to bring the lizards here. see fun I have photographing and observing them, with the many images at Redbubble. I have been an outdoors person for a long time, building and maintaining the garden, where I do most of my photography. Since juveniles are not sexually mature, their main activities are associated with foraging, protection against predators, and maintaining adequate body temperatures. Visitors 312 W. Millers Cove, ajoins the Foothills Parkway, GSMNP International Biosphere Reserve. Smoky Mountains of TN. I planted for the birds and beauty, but created a habitat for these lizards unknowingly. Anolis Carolinensis or the American Chameleon, seen mostly in the Southeastern USA and the Tropical Islands.