Share This Story!Let friends in your social network know what you are reading aboutFacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInPinterestPoint & Shoot, March 2017Dr. Phillip Wheat writes, “Green with envy over a mate; male anhinga in mating plumage,” taken at Shark Valley.Post to FacebookPosted!A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the ConversationTo find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQsPoint & Shoot, March 2017 None Dr. Phillip Wheat writes, “Green with envy over a mate; male anhinga in mating plumage,” taken at Shark Valley. Dr Phillip Wheat/Point & Shoot None Steve Rimar of Estero writes: “The is a wild green iguana seen in Fort Myers. The iguana was about 4 to 4.5 feet long.” Steve Rimar/Special to the Eagle None Margaret Mansfield writes: “I took this photo of an alligator at Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary.” Margaret Mansfield/Point & Shoot None Bill Grabinski writes, “It’s not easy being green.” Kermit? Is that you? Bill Grabinski/Point & Shoot None Photo by Donna Chesney. Donna Chesney/Point & Shoot None Debra Kewley of Marco Island writes: “This dude was on our seawall one day.” Debra Kewley/Point & Shoot None Scott Stone originally submitted this photo for February’s “Loving Life.” But the editor’s decided we were green with enjoy over these squirrels loving relationship. Scott Stone/Point & Shoot None Photo by Jory Westberry. Jory Westberry/Point & Shoot None Photo by Laurie Turns. Laurie Turns/Point & Shoot None Photo by Cathy Kunkle. Cathy Kunkle/Point & Shoot None David Andersen took this photo of a green heron at Sabal golf course at Bonita Bay. David Andersen/Point & Shoot None Marilyn Frymire took this photo at Citrus Park in Bonita Springs, She writes: “All the birds are green with envy that this Great Egret has such beautiful feathers!” Marilyn Frymire/Point & Shoot Like this topic? You may also like these photo galleries:Replay1 of 122 of 123 of 124 of 125 of 126 of 127 of 128 of 129 of 1210 of 1211 of 1212 of 12AutoplayShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext Slide None Dr. Phillip Wheat writes, “Green with envy over a mate; male anhinga in mating plumage,” taken at Shark Valley.