The Ash-throated Flycatcher can be found in dry arid habitats in the Western part of the U.S. and Mexico, including deserts and woodlands. This flycatcher is the most widespread and common in the west. They are perching birds seen on branches, vegetation, or wires while hunting. They nest in holes in trees or will use manmade nest boxes.… Read More A FLYCATCHER
Least Chipmunks are very small, only about 7-8 inches including their tail. They are active runners and skillful climbers. They are found in fields, pine forests, sagebrush desert, or rocky cliff areas. These chipmunks are woodland animals with cheek pouches that are fur-lined, which they use to carry their food. They hibernate with the cached… Read More VERY SMALL CHIPMUNK
I saw these Quaking Aspen and Blue Spruce trees on a walk this morning.