A visitor to our own yard back home early on in our ownership, a gray fox (sleeping.)
Western diamondback rattlesnake.
Neither antelope nor deer, pronghorns are in their own scientific family. We saw quite a few of them in the wild on our drives between locations.
Red diamondback rattlesnake.
Javelina, aka "collared peccary."
There were also elk at the park, but I have better pictures of elk taken in a much more interesting location. We also got to see some in the wild on our drive.
Next up, a bit of history; the C.B. Eddy house.
In other news, Goodnight, Spirit. You did a truly wonderful job! Much closer to home, we've spotted the first fledgling of the season; a red-bellied woodpecker.