The Nendza Family at the Sonoran Desert Museum

January 5, 2008

This well-camouflaged baby hummingbird sat absolutely still for his portrait.

A trainer holds one of the Harris hawks who live at the museum. These large predators hunt in groups and are relatively common in the Sonoran Desert.

Left: A female kestrel. Right: A colorful western tanager responds to the chirp of shutter.

Left: A serval with a hang cat expression. Right: Katie and Abbey herding javelinas.

Katie and Abbey show off their turquoise and denim lapis rings — nice souvenirs of Tucson!

Left: Terror on the Highway. Right: Uncle Dennis.

Another Tucson Tradition: Gates Pass at sunset.