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.
May 17th is Endangered Species Day, which is a day to learn about the importance of protecting endangered species of plants and wildlife. Learn about it here: ENDANGERED SPECIES COALITION
Vermilion Cliffs is up in northern Arizona, in the Arizona Strip area of the State. This area is part of the Colorado Plateau of the four corner states. Vermilion cliffs are made of sandstone, silt stone, limestone, and shale. The formations are thought to be eroded from water and wind over millions of years, exposing… Read More NORTHERN ARIZONA RED CLIFF AREA