|Five-lined skink juvenile- tail tip gone|
|Male five-lined skink|
|Fence Lizard at Bull Mills|
|Fence lizard- mating season|
Predator and Prey from MDC says:
Wikipedia has good information on lizards."All of our lizards eat insects (grasshoppers, ants, crickets and beetles) and spiders. They are valuable as a natural control of destructive species, such as termites. Skinks and fence lizards are known to eat the winged life stage of termites (called "alates") as they emerge from underground in mid-spring. And, the eastern collared lizard is an important predator of other lizards!
King snakes and racers will eat lizards at every opportunity. The roadrunner, a bird that lives on glades in southwest Missouri, is a primary lizard eater. Hawks are important lizard predators. Skunks and badgers dig up lizard eggs. Unfortunately, house cats have proven to be a primary predator of all species of lizards."
*Pictures from UGA.edu.