View from the top of Pine Peak looking southwest to Mount Livermore

View from Bridge Gap looking down Limpia Canyon towards Blue Mountain and Fort Davis

View of Blue Mountain from McDonald Observatory

Plateau grasslands south of Fort Davis (note McDonald Observatory in the center)

Just east of the summit of Mount Livermore looking down into Pewee Springs Canyon

Pine forests on the north slope of Pine Peak looking northwest

Montane woodlands in Elbow Canyon

Pine woodlands in middle Madera Canyon (this is the location where Buff-breasted Flycatchers have nested 5 out of the last 10 years)

In Tobe Canyon in 1999 shortly after discovery and documentation of the first Colima Warbler for the Davis Mountains, photo by Greg Lasley (left to right, Mark Adams, John Karges, Ro Wauer and Kelly Bryan)

Magnificent Canyon, site of our mountain property and hummingbird banding station

From the west side of Magnificent Canyon look east, see the road in the forest

Ponderosa pine woodlands on our property in the Davis Mountains

David Hedges at a large madrone tree on our property in the Davis Mountains

View of the summit of Mount Livermore from the road leading to Bridge Gap

Large stand of apens near Pewee Springs below the summit of Mount Livermore

Western pine bark beetle damage to Ponderosa pines in Madera Canyon

Upper Limpia Canyon and Noname Canyon on the east side of the summit

The late John Gee along with David Poteet and David Hedges in Noname Canyon

Another view from the north slope of Pine Peak looking west