Posts Tagged "desert life"


How to Catch a Roadrunner

How to Catch a Roadrunner


Posted By on Sep 28, 2020

Daily visitor This is one of our FOUR daily Roadrunner visitors. My husband has named them . This one’s name is…wait for it…ROAD. LOL, very creative to say the least. They come daily for their food handouts. They’re predator carnivore birds so we feed them raw meat. Like our dogs (who get prey model raw food – meat/bones/organs), we accommodate the nature of the animals we feed around here. That’s...

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The Colorful Desert!

The Colorful Desert!


Posted By on Sep 5, 2019

I’ve been meaning to share these photos with you all since the beginning of the summer! I thought well why not go ahead now and share before everything turns yellow and red! Anyway, before a new puppy (coming soon) graces our home and who knows what may befall the yard initially lol. So here are some photos of our colorful, vibrant DESERT! It’s so funny when I tell people I live in the desert they think stark, dry, barren....

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Who Gives a Hoot?

Who Gives a Hoot?


Posted By on Dec 19, 2018

During the month of June and part of July I was blessed to have two small desert owls living in a space I pass by on my morning walk/run with my Carolina Dog, Schatzie. I knew there were owls in the holes in the mesa cliffs but I had never had the privilege of seeing one up close before. During this short six week period, I passed by these two owls – well mostly the male was present as I am certain the female was attending to...

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