Here is simply a picture on a sunny day in the high desert, to lift up your January day.
The evergreen Utah Juniper grows in areas of dry plains, plateaus, hills, and mountains. They are often found in pure stands or with Pinon Pine trees. The bark is fibrous and shredding. These trees grow slowly and they can become more contorted with age from the elements it is surrounded by. The berries can be […]
Here are some berries on a Utah Juniper in the Arizona sun. Read more here: THE DISTINCT JUNIPER TREE
I was walking around in a northern Arizona Pinyon-Juniper woodland area and I ran across this Black-tailed Jackrabbit. A jackrabbit is a actually a hare and this particular species is found in the Western United States and Mexico. They hop and run, hopping five to ten feet at a time. While moving, they can leap up to… Read More HIGH DESERT HARE