And here is a picture I took of a Northern Fence Lizard (sceloporus undulatus hyacinthinus) out at Roundrock. I was surprised I was able to get this close (no zoom lense) before it skedaddled into the leaves. These are also common lizards in our forest, and they seem to be a little less timid than the blue tailed skinks. The distinctive markings on the back note that this is a female.
She is sitting on a four by four piece of lumber that will someday contribute to a campfire, so you can get an idea of its length. I took this shot as we were packing to leave for the day. I’m not sure why, but I tend to see more skinks and lizards in the afternoon.