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© Geraint Smith, Taos, New Mexico #taos #newmexico #outdoors

© Geraint Smith, Taos, New Mexico

Dan Tallman's Bird Blog: Greater Roadrunner

Roadrunner- had one of these large beauties in my yard last week, run fast & make a strange call, Sedona, Arizona

a colorful bird. Wildlife West Nature Park in Edgewood, NM

a colorful bird. Wildlife West Nature Park in Edgewood, NM

Lizard on a rock in New Mexico

Photos from my trip to New Mexico.

Roadrunner Bird These are also everywhere but are incredibly difficult to capture a picture of because they're so fast!

Roadrunner Bird These are also everywhere but are incredibly difficult to capture a picture of because they're so fast! I see these often while driving from eastern Oklahoma to western Arkansas on Highway 62 (C.

Roadrunner:  NM State Bird; william dalton on flickr

Coolest state bird in the Union! Meep Meep-Where’s Wile? (Road Runner) (by William Dalton)

Two sandhill cranes (Grus canadensis) vocalize among a gathering of thousands of birds at the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico

Two sandhill cranes (Grus canadensis) vocalize among a gathering of thousands of birds at the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico

15. The roadrunner is New Mexico’s state bird. As their name suggests, they are fast—zipping around at speeds up to 20 miles per hour. In fact, they’re so quick that they are able to successfully hunt rattlesnakes!

15 Photos Of Wildlife In New Mexico That Will Drop Your Jaw

The roadrunner is New Mexico’s state bird. As their name suggests, they are fast—zipping around at speeds up to 20 miles per hour. In fact, they’re so quick that they are able to successfully hunt rattlesnakes!

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Max the Caracara is always on high alert here at Wildlife West.

Barnie the Barn Owl

Barnie the Barn Owl

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