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!

Roadrunner caught a scorpion.at my home they catch my birds and for that they pay a big price.

Greater Roadrunner by Rick and Nora Bowers/VIREO. New Mexico State bird

Greater Roadrunner by Rick and Nora Bowers/VIREO. New Mexico State bird. A Roadrunner was in my bird bath this morning!

A Male Greater Roadrunner.  "Looking for His Next Meal..."                                                     (Photo By: Kathryn Mann.)

Greater Roadrunner - (Geococcyx californianus) Greater Roadrunners eat many of the most poisonous creatures in Oklahoma, including rattlesnakes and scorpions. Males are monogamous and will bring gifts of lizards or snakes to females during courtship.

Greater Roadrunner/Professional Category. Photo: Hector Astorga - 2015 Audubon Photography Awards Top 100 | Audubon

Greater Roadrunner - by Hector Astorga - 2015 Audubon Photography Awards Top 100

Bird Photography, Greater Roadrunner photo, southwestern décor, rustic nature wall art, fine art print

Bird Photography, Greater Roadrunner photo, southwestern décor, bird lover gift, rustic nature wall art, fine art print

Bird Photography Greater Roadrunner photo by SightToSoul on Etsy

East Urban Home New Mexico 'Greater Roadrunner Profile' Photographic Print on Wrapped Canvas Size: 24" H x 36" W

East Urban Home New Mexico 'Greater Roadrunner Profile' Photographic Print on Wrapped Canvas Size: 24" H x 36" W

Roadrunner (2011) by American photographer Hector Astorga. via the North…

Roadrunner - Some Pueblo Indian tribes believed they protected against evil spirits. Some frontier people thought roadrunners led lost people to trails.

Greater Roadrunner Looking Out, by Bryan Keil

Greater Roadrunner Looking Out, by Bryan Keil

NEW MEXICO STATE BIRD:  GREATER ROADRUNNER

rex as "the roadrunner from Hell" and modern research bears him out. Even the largest dinosaurs probably looked more like a Greater Roadrunner than a lizard. Photo by Glenn Bartley.

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New Mexico: Roadrunner a very fast land bird that rarely flies. Clocked at up to 26 mph. Eats small snakes, lizzards, tarantulas, and other insect prey.

Greater Roadrunner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Roadrunner running - Greater roadrunner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I love these little guys.  They always have the look like they're just slightly unscrewed!  Greater Roadrunner in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California  (Geococcyx californianus)

I love these little guys. Greater Roadrunner in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California (Geococcyx californianus)

Roadrunner-Beebeep!

State Birds of the U.S.- Part Three

New Mexico State Bird - Roadrunner Always thought that it was Arizona's State Bird. Not true!

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.

Greater Roadrunner Photo, Stock Photograph of a Greater Roadrunner, Geococcyx californianus, Phillip Colla Natural History Photography

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