Sloth, Hanging In the Peruvian Amazon
A sloth hangs from a tree in the jungles of the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest.
Who's Watching Who? Striped Shore Crab, Estero Bluffs State Park, California.
Crab, Morro Bay, California
Harbor Seal, Estero Bluffs State Park, CA
A Seagull Calling
A seagull calls out, Morro Bay Rock sits in the background.
Springtime At Hart Prairie
Sneezeweed in full bloom on this early evening.
Sneezeweed & Ladybug, Hart Prairie
Green Lynx Spider
The Green Lynx Spider is native to the southern United States, Central and South America. While its bite is venomous it is not deadly to most people.
A Prickly Affair
A butterfly feeds from the nectar of a flowering thistle in Hart Prairie, northern Arizona.
An iridescent green bee feeds on the nectar of a flowering thistle in Hart Prairie in northern Arizona.
Seduction Is A Rose
A wild rose just after a summer storm in Hart Prairie, Arizona.
Lupine, Hart Prairie
Hemlock & Bee
Purple Locoweed, Oxytropis lambertii
Purple Locoweed, Oxytropis lambertii, is a poisonous flowering plant native to Arizona and part of the pea family. Flowers start out purple then turning blue once mature. It is similar in appearance to lupine.
Prairie Smoke, Hart Prairie, Arizona
Desert Marigold & Mexican Poppy
A Prickly Poppy
Claret Cup Cactus, Joshua Tree National Park
Caught On Fall
Autumn aspen leaf caught on a ponderosa pine in Hart Prairie, Arizona.
Aspen Colored Engelmann Spruce, Hart Prairie
Aspen autumn leaves decorate an Engelmann Spruce at Hart Prairie.
Known for it's thin, black bill, black and yellow feet and legs, the upper part of their bill is yellow turning red during the mating season. Almost driven to extinction for it's extremely lovely plumes, the snowy egret is much smaller than the great egret.
Fawn, Hart Prairie
Porcini Mushroom, San Francisco Peaks - Arizona
Crested Coral (Clavulina Cristata Group)
Aspen Bolete, Leccinum Insigne
An orange-red ponderosa pine loving waxy cap mushroom. Considered edible to most.
Inky Caps, Coprinus Atramentarius