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San Diego desert mesa

shelgarr

Registered Member
On a hillside across the street from our house we ran across this little love making scene. Spring has sprung!!!

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shelgarr

Registered Member
I tried the url process to attached the first pic, but it still doesn't drop in big. It's a 4000 KB file. At least with a desktop version thumbnail you can click on it to get an enlarged view. For this pic....that is necessary.

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ysabel

/ˈɪzəˌbɛl/ pink 5


I used the url and pasted it in between the tags:



What kind of animal is that? If it weren't doing their thing, I'd say I'm scared to even go near it and take a pic.
 

shelgarr

Registered Member
Thank you ysabel. I will try that.

They are Horny Toads. Being horny. LOL
 

ysabel

/ˈɪzəˌbɛl/ pink 5
Those are toads?? Aren't they supposedly scarier when horny? Haha. How far did were you when you took this pic? And do a lot of such animals appear in the area or only when the weather is getting better?
 

shelgarr

Registered Member
I don't think they are toads. They are lizards with a toad name. My husband took it and he was probably 2 feet away and camera held 4 feet up but completely zoomed in. Mostly on this hillside we see (hear) lizards, gopher snakes, rattlesnakes, rabbits, coyotes, hawks.
 
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