Common Lizard - Neil Aldridge - Neil Aldridge The common lizard is the UK’s most common and widespread reptile. It is the only reptile native to Ireland. It is found across many habitats including heathland, moorland, woodland and grassland where it can be seen basking in sunny spots. Also known as the viviparous lizard, the species is unusual among reptiles for ‘giving birth’ to live young rather than laying eggs.
image source The maroon-backed accentor (Prunella immaculata) is a species of bird in the Prunellidae family. It is found in Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar, and Nepal. Its natural habitat is temperate forests.