Bonaparte’s Gulls are distinct in their small size and black head during breeding season. White eye crescents, a thin black bill, and red legs are other characteristics for identification. They are found in many water areas in North America including rivers, lakes, marshes, beaches, and bays. I saw this Bonaparte’s Gull while walking on the… Read More BONAPARTE’S GULL


In the Sedona area of northern Arizona, the layer of red rocks are a sandstone that was deposited about 300 million years ago, in the Permian Period. You can learn more about it here: A RED ROCK AREA. I took these photos in the Village of Oak Creek area, the views are truly vivid and breathtaking.