Sonoran Desert Companions

 

       The Sonoran Desert covers some 120,000 sq. miles and is the largest desert in Arizona. The area includes the Southwest U.S. (Arizona and California), and Northwest Mexico. From a Google site here are some numbers: 350 bird species, 160 reptile species, and 60 species of mammals.  I take simple photographs in my Tucson neighborhood, and I’m happy to share them with you. 

I apologize for the jumble of where the images are placed and their sizes. Word Press is a challenge, and I don’t have time/interest to spend figuring things out. (Let me say, I tried for way too long. The program is, again, a challenge.) I’ll add more wildlife images in a slide format (much easier) under Sonoran Desert Companions II. I hope you like the critters that live where I live.

 

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Mourning Dove Eggs

 

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Dove and Chicks

 

Sweetwater.Coot
Coot – Sweetwater Treatment Plant

 

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Paper Wasp Nest

 

 

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Tarantula
Ann's Owl
Ann’s Owl

 

 

Snake
King Snake

 

 

 

Bat&Verdin
Bat and Verdin

 

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Sleeping Bat

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