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Greater Roadrunner with his prizeroa   www.alanmurphyphotography.com

Greater Roadrunner with his prizeroa www.alanmurphyphotography.com

Greater Roadrunner By Alan Murphy - the other thing the cartoon ...

Greater Roadrunner By Alan Murphy - the other thing the cartoon ...

The Greater Roadrunner is a large cuckoo that can outrace a human, kill a rattlesnake, and thrive in the harsh landscapes of the Desert Southwest. As they run, they hold their lean frames nearly parallel to the ground and rudder with their long tails.  | text from allaboutbirds.org

The Greater Roadrunner is a large cuckoo that can outrace a human, kill a rattlesnake, and thrive in the harsh landscapes of the Desert Southwest. As they run, they hold their lean frames nearly parallel to the ground and rudder with their long tails. | text from allaboutbirds.org

Roadrunner from Birds of New Mexico

Roadrunner from Birds of New Mexico

Roadrunner Beep Beep!

Roadrunner Beep Beep!

GREATER ROADRUNNER  is a long-legged bird in the cuckoo family. The breeding habitat is desert and shrubby country in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. It can be seen regularly in the US states of California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Oklahoma, and less frequently in Kansas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Missouri, as well as Mexico. The greater roadrunner nests on a platform of sticks low in a cactus or a bush and lays 3–6 eggs, which hatch in 20 days.

GREATER ROADRUNNER is a long-legged bird in the cuckoo family. The breeding habitat is desert and shrubby country in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. It can be seen regularly in the US states of California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Oklahoma, and less frequently in Kansas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Missouri, as well as Mexico. The greater roadrunner nests on a platform of sticks low in a cactus or a bush and lays 3–6 eggs, which hatch in 20 days.

Geococcyx sp. (roadrunner, also known as a chaparral bird and a chaparral cock) is a fast-running ground cuckoo that has a long tail and a crest found in the southwestern US and Mexico. Some have been clocked at 20 miles per hour (32 km/h). South Texas Birds & Wildlife @ Santa Clara Ranch - NANPA - Nature Photography Forums

Geococcyx sp. (roadrunner, also known as a chaparral bird and a chaparral cock) is a fast-running ground cuckoo that has a long tail and a crest found in the southwestern US and Mexico. Some have been clocked at 20 miles per hour (32 km/h). South Texas Birds & Wildlife @ Santa Clara Ranch - NANPA - Nature Photography Forums

Horny Toads are often seen around our property http://tanqueverderanch.com/

Horny Toads are often seen around our property http://tanqueverderanch.com/

Roadrunners have eaten plenty of lizards on our patio

Roadrunners have eaten plenty of lizards on our patio

Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them.  Are you not much more valuable than they?  Matthew 6:26

Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they? Matthew 6:26

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