…we would not be dealing with this problem.
Every month or two this green iguana leaps off a branch about 50 feet above the swimming pool. I am not sure if it is trying to learn how to fly or just likes jumping into the pool. And every time Iguana Lodge’s intrepid naturalist, Sidnar, fishes the iguana out of the swimming pool. It is not easy because it is a natural swimmer that can stay under water for a long time. Needless to say there are few guest that want to go swimming with the iguana.
Iguana Lodge is named after the iguana because they are so prevalent on the property. They live in the trees, eat mainly flowers and leaves and grow to a good 4-5 feet long. The babies are brilliant green. The older adults look like something out of Jurassic Park. They are pretty harmless and usually keep to themselves high up in the trees.