Adult and baby Javelinas.

Backyard Cam Pictures

A Cat Prowling Around At Night. Cat meandering by the camera. A lizard on a big rock in our yard. Am not sure what this bird is. An owl peering at the camera. Arizona Rabbit. Attractive Cat Passing By. Backyard Cam Pictures. Bat Checking Out The Yard For Prey. Beautiful sunrise with big cat searching for breakfast. Beauty, Calmness, Serenity At Sunset. Bee Approaching Red Blossom. Bee On Texas Ranger. Big Brown and White Dog. Cat In Our Backyard. Big Cat Walking Though Our Neighborhood. Bird Hunting At Night. Probably an Owl, because we have been hearing them at night recently. See the insect above the bird. Bird Of Paradise At Night. Black And White Hummingbird. Black-Throated Sparrow. Blue Grey Gnatcatcher. Bobcat About To Get A Drink. Bougainvillea blooming in December. Broad-Tailed Hummingbird landing enough to drink but wings extended. Butterfly On Bougainvillea.

Backyard Camera Pictures


Cactus Wren Wondering What The Camera Is Looking At. Cats Love To Check Out The Camera. Caught This Sunrise On My Backyard Cam. Chipmunk Checking Out Camera. Cooper’s Hawk Dive Bombing An Innocent Dove, One more instant and the Dove will become lunch. Covey Of Gambel’s Quail In The Sonoran Desert. Critter Den. My critter camera took this picture of a den, it maybe of some kind of squirrel or rat. Wolf spiders use to live in this area too. Dainty Sulphur Butterfly. Desert Kangaroo Rat. Dog Passing By. Dove Pecking Around In The Yard.

Dove meandering across yard. Female Verdin Eating Bud Of Bird Of Paradise Plant. Female Verdin Enjoying Bird Of Paradise Blossoms. Fireworks On 12/31/2020. Full Moon Rising. Gambel’s Quail by Wildcamera. Gambels Quail. See its mate on the wall behind it. Giant Swallowtail Flutterby. Ground Squirrel In Front Of Camera. Hail And Sleet During Monsoon. Genevieve is a category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. The rain it sent to southern Arizona broke a 116 year record on August 20.

Hummingbird Getting Nectar From Orange Flower. Hummingbird about to get a drink. I am amazed to repeatedly see a Raccoon in my back yard. Jackrabbit Or Cottontail. Javelina Charging Camera. A peccary is a medium-sized pig-like hoofed mammal. They are found throughout Central and South America and in the southwestern area of North America. Javelina Mother And Baby. Lightning Caught By Backyard Camera. Looking East at sunset reflection.

Backyard Cam Pictures

Male Gila woodpecker getting a drink. Note the round red cap. Male Pyrrhuoxia. People confuse these beautiful birds with Cardinals but they are not. The gray back and yellow bill set it apart. Ocotillo blooming too. Meter Reader Cutting Through Back Yard. Mexican Woodrat. Dark brown eyes and seemingly short ears. Moonsoon Season, Dragonflies, Damselfly. Morning Sunrise In Arizona. Night Flying Centipede Arizona long insect fast night flyer many legs. Nighttime Cat Passing By. Orange January Arizona Sunrise. Pack Rat Flexing His Long Tail.

Photo taken by Backyard Camera Taking A Picture Of A Backyard Camera Taking A Picture. Pink January Arizona Sunrise. Quail Parents With Young. Quail walking down wall. Queen Butterfly Arizona. It is orange or brown with black wing borders and small white forewing spots on its dorsal wing surface, and reddish ventral wing surface fairly similar to the dorsal surface. The ventral hindwings have black veins and small white spots in a black border. The Queen can be found ranging from Brazil to Florida and the Gulf Coast. It is also prevalent in the states of California, Texas, Arizona, and southern New Mexico. This one is checking out a desert willow. Raccoon Walking Through The Yard. Roadrunner Catching A Lizard. 

Backyard Cam Pictures

Roadrunner looking for some breakfast. Say’s Phoebes Like Ocotillo Blossoms. Six Inch Long Night Time Insect. I am going to move the camera to get a better shot of it. I have seen two of them close together but not sure what they are yet. Southern AZ Bat Coming At The Camera. Southern Dogface Butterfly With Wings Open. Sparrow Flying From Desert Willow.  Sparrows Landing On Bush With Flowers. Spider Web Glistening In Sun. Squirrels eat about one pound of food per week. Squirrels mainly eat fungi, seeds, nuts and fruits, but they will also munch on eggs, small insects, caterpillars, small animals and even young snakes.

Swallowtail Butterfly On Beautiful AZ Day. The raccoon, sometimes spelled racoon, also known as the common raccoon, North American raccoon, northern raccoon, or coon, is a medium-sized mammal native to North America. Thrasher Making Acrobatic Landing. Thrasher Mate Coming In For Landing. Cactus Wrens enjoying the day. Thrasher, A desert Bird. Unusual Curved Light. Verdin by Wildcamera. Why Do Birds Like A High Spot? Wildcamera photo. Cactus Wren. A large wren of desert country. The Arizona state bird.

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