Coatimundi! Another exciting new visitor this morning! Coati have shown up on my game cam at night a few times, but this is the first time I have seen one here. We saw them in Costa Rica, but it is cool they are here in Arizona too. There is a lot going on out in the desert that doesn’t always meet the eye.
A javelina makes it way across the desert.
My feeders have proven to be squirrel proof, but evidently not fox proof. I raised it – the little platform is about feet in the air.
A single saguaro offers endless photo opportunities.
A covy of Gambel’s Quail visits our feeders a couple of times a day. I love seeing them marching out of the wash in a single file line on their way to breakfast. I also love hearing their unique call echo in the hills behind our camp.
If two heads are better than one, how about two bodies? Weird how these two lined up with the one face.
Javelina at my water hole at sunset.
This is my normal sunset view. It is raining yet again, with 3 storms total forecast over the next 6 days – this is the kind of wet weather most people thought the West would see last winter, not this one. I’m not complaining, love the rain in the desert!