Greater Roadrunner by Rick and Nora Bowers/VIREO. New Mexico State bird.
Roadrunner from Birds of New Mexico..most often photographed with a 'snack' in their bill
Greater Roadrunner, taxonomically classified as Geococcyx californianus, meaning "Californian Earth-cuckoo," is a long-legged bird in the cuckoo family, Cuculidae.
Greater Roadrunner Furnace Creek Ranch Death Valley National Park California - James Marvin Phelps. ( beep beep)
Greater Roadrunner By Alan Murphy - the other thing the cartoon didn't teach me is when a Roadrunner catches its live prey, it beats the snot out of it against a rock or the ground itself to subdue it if not out right kill it!
A Male Greater Roadrunner. "Looking for His Next Meal..." (Photo By: Kathryn Mann.)
Greater Roadrunner - New Mexico's state bird. We use to have them run up and down the roof of our house in NM catching lizards.
The Roadrunner. Immortalized by the cartoon. I thought they were a figment of the imagination, until, driving down from Mt Palomar, I saw a roadrunner, run across the road.
NEW MEXICO STATE BIRD: GREATER ROADRUNNER
Roadrunner, New Mexico's state bird; desert bird.....mean sucker! Among other things, they eat small birds!