Close-up of a Greater Short-Horned Lizard. I found this cold tolerant lizard on a hike at an elevation of 11,000 feet.
The Arizona mountains are alive with the sound of the elk rut!
This bull elk first spent time taking a mud bath before posing for his portrait.
Taken from a wildlife blind in the national forest near Heber-Overgaard (Nikon D4S, Nikkor 600mm f4).
This coyote stopped by a pond for a drink in the Coconino national forest north of Payson.
An Abert's Squirell explores the forest up on the Mogollon Rim.
While sitting in a photography blind next to a pond in the Fort Apache Indian reservation, this black bear unexpectedly showed up.
A bull elk in velvet walks through a pond in the Fort Apache Indian reservation. (taken from a photography blind)
Unfortunately for the salmon, the grizzly has the bigger teeth. A panning shot of a grizzly during the annual salmon run up in Alaska.