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.
Oak Creek Canyon is a river gorge along highway 89A, just north of Sedona, in northern Arizona. The Oak Creek flows along the bottom of the canyon, the canyon itself is about 12 miles long, on the Oak Creek Fault. Oak Creek is a tributary of the Verde River of the Verde Valley. Geologic formation of… Read More OAK CREEK CANYON
Hiked Devil’s Bridge Trail, it was full of beautiful sights of the red rock Sedona area. We saw various cactus, yuccas, junipers, and Manzanitas, as we walked along. We climbed some natural stairs to get to the large sandstone bridge. Devil’s Bridge is the largest arch in the Sedona area.
Western Whiptails can be found throughout most of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. Habitats can include desert and semi-arid shrubland with sparse vegetation, also open dry forest areas. They live in burrows. Western Whiptails will eat many bugs including spiders, scorpions, butterflies, moths, crickets, grasshoppers, and beetles. I found this one in a… Read More WESTERN WHIPTAIL