And larger, handsome ones:
There were common tree lizards:
While photographing this common tree lizard, I accidentally chased it into another tree lizard's territory and they got into a fight right in front of me.
In a different area there were striped plateau lizards:
This was a pretty big one:
There were sage lizards:
There was spectacular terrain and scenery. A whiptail was seen, but it dashed into the briars before a good photo could be taken.
Kaibab is known habitat for the rarely seen Arizona mountain king snake, so that was the goal.
But no mountain kings were found on this trip, even with considerable effort. This wandering garter snake was found. It had just eaten what looked like a large short-horned lizard.