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Gila Monster In Sabino Canyon   2 comments

Gila Monster-72-2.jpgGila Monster In Sabino Canyon — Image by kenne

 

Our First Gila Monster Of The Season   Leave a comment

gila monster-1632 blogGila Monster — Image by kenne

Not monsters at all, Gila monsters are one of the few species of venomous lizards on the planet. These carnivores are classified as near threatened and are native to the Sonoran Desert. We saw this lizard moving near and under desert bushes in the Saguaro National Park yesterday. Although these carnivores are classified as near threatened, they can be commonly seen this time of year scavenging for food after spending the winter underground.

— kenne

A Gila Monster Outing In Sabino Canyon   Leave a comment

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A Gila Monster Outing in Sabino Canyon — Images by kenne

A giant lizard
easy to see, slow to move —
attention getter.

— kenne

Beady-eyed Monster   2 comments

Gila Monster Collage blogGila Monster Collage (Sabino Canyon Recreation Area, August 3, 2015) — Images by kenne

Looking for a Date   2 comments

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Gila Monster Sightings   1 comment

Gila Moster (1 of 1) blogGila Monster — Image by kenne

Frequent sightings
driven by hunger and
spring mating —
slow-moving
morning walks in
black, pink and orange.

— kenne

Capturing The Moment — Gila Monster In Sabino Canyon   1 comment

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Gila Monster (1 of 1)-31 blogGila Monster (September 5, 2014) Images by kenne

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