Spiny Lizard of some sort, Hickison Petroglyph area NV
Long-nosed Leopard Lizard, Baker Archaeological site NV
Side-blotched Lizard(?), Hickison Petroglyph Area
My favorite lizard of the trip, the Desert Spiny Lizard that I stalked up the side of Dry Fork Coyote Gulch in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. He finally posed in the light after I chased him sufficiently.
As far as mammals go, there were lots of these black-tailed jackrabbits that just ran way too fast to get a good picture.
We call this general category of campground menace "Squirrel-rats". This one appeared to be eating the cottonwood fluff after being shoed away from our breakfast. Our campsite at Dinosaur National Monument appeared to come with two of these little dudes, which Nim dubbed Pancake-man and Waffle-man, for no apparent reason.
In the category of animals that *aren't* fast is this cow. It wouldn't move out of the road, no way, now how. Just gave us the stink-eye. We finally had to just drive around it.