On the first day I headed out to Sonoita Creek Preserve in Patagonia to find that it was closed on that day. I spent some time walking along Blue Haven Road looking for the Sinaloa Wren. I got a few poor photos of young Phainopeplas, a Summer Tanager, and this post-bath Rufous-crowned Sparrow.
The next day I returned to the preserve because I knew that it was open.
I quickly found this Gray Hawk. He looked angry. Maybe it's the eyes.
At Madera Canyon it was hot and dead quiet.
A Yarrow's Spiny Lizard possed for his photograph.