A Wandering Garter Snake is a sub-species of the Western Terrestrial Garter Snake. They can be found in high altitude areas from the Midwest prairies to the Pacific coast of North America. They eat frogs, tadpoles, fish, birds, mice, lizards, worms, grasshoppers, and small mammals. Wandering garter snakes tend to move further away from water… Read More WANDERING GARTER SNAKE
Here is a Red-winged Blackbird out at Kachina Wetlands. BLACKBIRDS (part 1) & A LATE AFTERNOON WALK
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The Western Blue Flag is an iris native to western North America. They are found in hardy and high elevation mountains and meadows, also along coastal hill areas. They are also known as Rocky Mountain Iris. They thrive in heavily grazed pasture land.