Sagebrush Lizard’s are usually found in elevations from 500 to 10,500 feet, in the western part of the United States. Their name comes from sagebrush plants that they are commonly found among. These lizard’s can also be found in pinon-juniper, fir, or redwood woodlands. This one posed for me in a high desert area in… Read More A LIZARD
Here is a Western Painted Turtle I saw in northern Arizona. Read a little about them here: WESTERN PAINTED TURTLE
Here is a Sagebrush Lizard I found in the high desert of northern Arizona. I wrote about them here: SAGEBRUSH LIZARD.
Eastern Fence Lizards have distinct blue on each side of and under their bellies and throat. In Arizona the species is S. undulatus tristichus. Eastern Fence Lizards are found among rotting wood, rocks, and forest edges. They eat many bugs such as ants, crickets, grasshoppers, spiders, and worms. Here is one that just caught a grasshopper.