I made a quick iPhone video again. I wasn't allowed to upload it from my phone until I picked a category on YouTube. I had to put it under Pets and Animals. There's no category for the kind of videos I usually make. Gosh, you'd think I was somehow not that similar to most other people or something.
Update: I got a comment from Ami asking me if these were green anoles (Anolis carolinensis). I thought we might have brown anoles (Anolis sagrei) here now, introduced from Cuba or the Bahamas because I have seen so many odd acting lizards -- they just don't look like the lizards of my childhood anymore. These things are a lot more.... menacing. And I'm talking about when I was a little girl! And they're menacing to me NOW!
Anyway, my Audubon Field Guide says green anoles aren't supposed to have back crests. Clearly these do. But green anoles do turn green and get a black spot behind their eye when they're fighting, like these. So I will claim these are green anoles, but if a herpetologist wanted to contradict me I would listen attentively. Do anoles cross breed when an island species invades their territory? I have a photo of a lizard with a back crest breeding with one without if any herpetologists are interested. Maybe it's a thing males have and the field guide is just not that precise.