My Grandma got me bit by these. how you may ask yourself, she poked their holes with a stick thinking they would go away. Man was she very very wrong. And they say alligator lizard bites hurt. Not compared to these guys.
Got another picture of these guys.
These grew everywhere on the trail.
Found everywhere in the park.
Just warming himself up with the morning sun.
Found another one.
Finally got a picture of these guys. I tried to get pictures of them but they all ran away everyday.
I don't know what this is. Any help would be appreciated.
Great to see these guys too. They are such colorful and pretty lizards.
I see you. . .
Thought I revisit this park on my last day in SoCal.
Who touched me. . .
These were growing by the area where I was working out.
Saw him flying around.
I saw this guy while I was running in the early morning. He tried crossing the road to escape me but I saved him just in time from being run over.
I was busy visiting cousins in Northridge so this was it for the day.
The first moth I saw during my trip.
Like I said, they were very common.
I found it right outside my grandma's house.
These were pretty common.
I think. . .
Not sure. . .
Gray? California?. . .
Still not sure.
I'm not sure if this is right. Any help would be appreciated.
This was pretty common.
Another butterfly that took me 20 minutes and more than 50 pictures to get.