Pineywoods Geranium or Purple Geranium are Arizona native perennial plants. This wildflower can be found in mountain meadows, pine forest edges, or riparian wooded areas. They flower from April to September, mainly in the summer months. I found this one in July at the edge of a Ponderosa Pine forest.
Here are some berries on a Utah Juniper in the Arizona sun. Read more here: THE DISTINCT JUNIPER TREE
Here are some autumn yellows in the Verde Valley and Sedona, Arizona area this past week. Many of the trees in the area are Cottonwoods.
The American Robin is a common bird throughout North America. They have a distinct dark orange reddish breast with a dark gray head and back along with a bright yellow beak. They are seen in yards and gardens, as well as woodland and mountain areas. They will fly among trees and hop around on the… Read More A ROBIN