Two Gilbert's skinks seen crawling in the brush on the side of the trail up to Mount Woodson at 2:50 PM. There was a male and a female(at least I think, one had an orange head and one didn't) which were following each other around.
No photo of adult but it was seen. Photo is of eggs. Found under log. 10 eggs. Also spider and ants.
Gilbert's skink (Plestiodon gilberti) is a species of heavy-bodied medium-sized lizard of the family of skinks. It is endemic to the southwestern United States, and grows to about 7 to 12 cm (2.75 to 4.75 inches) in total length.