Categories Archives BloggingSouthwest CrittersHere is a sampling of some of the critters I see around Arizona. These were taken around my office, apartment, the Desert Botanical Gardens, and on a recent trip to Mt. Lemmon. Post author By Kristi Hines Post date June 18, 2009 15 Comments on Southwest Critters Here is a sampling of some of the critters I see around Arizona. These were taken around my office, apartment, the Desert Botanical Gardens, and on a recent trip to Mt. Lemmon in Arizona. By Kristi HinesKristi Hines is a freelance writer, professional blogger, and ghostwriter who specializes in business and marketing topics. View Archive → ← Benefits of Blogging – Building a Community → Fetching Friday – Resources, #FollowFriday, Facebook Usernames & A New Logo 15 replies on “Southwest Critters”Picture wise i like them all But I think I like the frog and that BIG ear rabbit . It’s cool to see where people are from and what it is like 🙂 Nice little break checking them out thanksJohn Sullivans last blog post..Twitter a godsend for affiliate marketers?Great pics–I particularly like the lizard among the flowers and the frog…YogaforCynicss last blog post..Wrestling, Yoga, and That Touchy-Feely Loving Kindness Shit…As always I love your photos. I like the rabbit picture the most, it reminds me of dinner. I never ate a rabbit before but would love to eat one. I hear they taste really good.Deneil Merritts last blog post..Business Is Like ChessI lived in the southwest and saw many reptiles. These are excellent photos. I remember my first year I saw two Scorpions.Frank Js last blog post..Search Engine Optimization ToolkitThose are some neat shots, I love animals and being out in nature in general.I was working at my desk yesterday and the dog started barking, so I looked outside and there was a beaver walking down the road. It was pretty neat. I see a lot of deer where I live as well.Steves last blog post..What is Rheumatoid Arthritis?It is good to see that you still have a nice diversity of wild animal life in Arizona. Where I live it is pretty devoid of wildlife due to too many livestock farms 🙁Those sand squirrels look sweet. They are like mini-meerkats.I thought the little lizards we had here in Florida were pretty cool when I first moved here, that lizard in the third picture would easily swallow the largest lizard here. Great pictures Kristi, as always thank you for sharing.Extreme Johns last blog post..Uber Twitter 3 for Blackberry ReleasedArizona is very rich in wild life. Its a well known name every body can recognised when they heard Arizona it means wildlife. All shots are very good excellent work.Great photos – when I lived in Tucson I loved the Quail and Roadrunners.Kim Woodbridges last blog post..Using WordPress Custom Fields to Display NextGen Gallery Slideshows ConditionallyThanks Kristi, I send your url to my friends. they like it very much and say thanks to me and you for these nice photos. They admire it very much and decide to go for a jungle camp to see wild life closely.Oh, what is that among the rocks? Such a lovely gesture! Is it looking for its mother? You have taken so many beautiful, natural pictures!AliceIacuzzos last blog post..Feature of the week: "relevant for"I like the rabbit… But i hate reptiles… Thanks for showing this images they’re very lovely.Kristi, just as a matter of interest, are you the sort of girl who feels squeamish about frogs and lizards and such. Just interested because I’m wondering how close you get to some of your subjects or if you use a telephoto lens. 😉Sire@ WassupBlogs last blog post..To Blog Or Not To Blog, That Is The QuestionHi,Mine trip to Gir National Park,India—Was great adventure for me to feel and watch wildlife very nearly.We all saw 5 to 6 types with different colored rabbit at there.Also suggest you to also to visit this place in future..-KimpolI am from the northwest where not too many animals are capable of killing anything. My puppy like to nose around and act a fool, putting every thing in his mouth. I was wondering if it is common in the Southwest, where there are lots of venomous critters, for puppies to die because of them.Comments are closed.