|You'll have to zoom in on this one, but there are 4 wild turkeys there!|
|A huge horned toad--like a little dinosaur--and so calm I got to pet it before it ran away.|
|Wild horses (not WILD horses, since they didn't seem to care we were this close).|
|Tracks of homo sapiens|
|Zoom in again and count the deer. They're not even all in the frame!|
Other wildlife seen:
-elk (4 close-up, 5 on an opposite slope)
-a golden eagle (I think)
-a BALD eagle (quite rare in Arizona as far as I know)
-a bird of some sort flying along the edge of Black Canyon Lake with a fish actually in its mouth
-more deer than pictured above. I saw singles or sets 4 times. Also, another turkey and three more horned toads in different places, ranging from tiny to huge.
-a whole bundle of fish caught by a fisherman, plus a bunch plopping in the water
-two little birds chasing a big squirrel down a tree. Various other squirrels and chipmunks and birds and tiny butterflies and spiders and a darling bright yellow inchworm about a quarter of an inch long.
As I said, it was AWESOME. I feel so blessed.