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April 24th

April 24th

New Mexico Whiptail Lizard, The official state reptile of New Mexico. 6.5 to 9 inches long, this lizard is diurnal and insectivorous. They are wary, energetic, and fast moving, darting for cover if approached. They are found in a wide variety of semi-arid habitats, including grassland, rocky areas, shrubland, or mountainside woodlands. Taken on the
La Cueva Trail, Dripping Springs, Las Cruces, New Mexico on August 18th 2010

Dripping SpringsLa Cueva TrailLas CrucesModoc historicalNew MexicoUSAUnited StatesWhiptail Lizard