Highlands, British Columbia
A Northern Alligator Lizard hiding in a rock crevice. If you look closely you can see its forked tongue sticking out.
Northern Alligator Lizards have very high site fidelity. They do not have seasonal migrations and tend not to stray very far from their hibernacula. In a 2002 study by Rutherford and Gregory they found that individuals were recaptured on average within 10 meters of where they were previously captured.