Very fresh (24 hours) wild pig rooting.
This looks like a solo pig in the area. Solo hogs are almost always Boar hogs!
sub-adult male. Looks like a female sitting but flew and was molting into adult male plumage.
Juvenile consuming a rodent.
2ND picture GULP, down the hatch.
juvenile. Dark patagials, dark hood, barred tail.
Dark morph Ferruginous Hawk. At a distance. Large yellow gape in both pictures. In flight: overall color of bird, you can see a little of the white tail. Standing: feathered legs to feet. eliminate other options.
Juvenile Sharp-shinned Hawk.
Quite possibly the most beautiful snake I've ever seen. Stunning blue/green ventral view with red spotting. Amazing red almost solid sides.
Lots of this growing on the hillside. Some with red berries and some with ripe black berries.