|Two pronghorn antelope near Goblin Valley State Park.|
They blend in well with their surroundings; it's habitat loss—not hunting—
which has greatly reduced their numbers.
|A kit fox steals away from our Goblin Valley campsite|
in the early morning light.
|Sagebrush Lizard. As far as we can tell, lizards are|
still abundant in the desert.
|A prairie dog peeks out from the rocks. I believe this may be a|
highly threatened Gunnison Prairie Dog—its numbers
have declined over 98% in the last 100 years.
|This desert bighorn sheep was foraging near Grand Wash Trail|
in Capitol Reef National Park.
We were delighted to see she had a tiny lamb with her!