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Sight-seeing hike. Check the photos!


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Posted by Les4toads on May 11, 2003 at 21:51:29:

In Reply to: Sight-seeing hike. Check the photos! posted by Cable_Hogue on May 11, 2003 at 16:30:45:

:::Went on a little hike this morning to a place I have seen some HL's in the past. I was lucky enough to see the one's picured below. Very nice day out. Can someone ID these por favor?
:::Thanks and enjoy!

:
::Looks like a nice hike. Good HL spotting too. Those all look like Coast HLs, P. coronatum.

::Gary
::

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:Thanks Gary, I was thinking they were but wanted confirmation. And, it looks like I saw 5 but there were only 3. Some double pics of the first two. These are the endangered guys eh? You'd have never known it by their attitude. :) The sad part is they were next to a frequently used dirtbike trail.
:I have not seen any squished yet but I am sure it happens.


:The Coast Horned Lizards, the San Diego Coast Horned Lizards included, are Species of Special Concern both State and Federal. The HLs do frequent fire-break and utility roads as well as other trails because of increased ant activity. Lester G. Milroy III



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