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The UA Wild Cat Research and Conservation Center would really love to see your Bobcat photos for identification and studying how well they are living in urban areas. Their website: http://www.uawildcatresearch.org/bobcat_...
I have Bobcat photos too. See my most recent photos of 2 kittens here: http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/374...
Regal Horned Lizards are declining. They used be seen every day where I live in Tucson but now we don't see any. Do you see more than just the one in the photo? If you can get a photo of more than one this would be good for scientists studying them whom I've talked with at U of A in Tucson. As tajminator suggested add the Reptiles of Arizona mission to your missions list so you can this mission so this photo shows up in this mission's photo gallery.
I also live in Tucson. I listened to video. To me it sounds like a Cardinal or a Pyrrhuloxia. Go read about Pyrrhuloxia: http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Pyrrh...
While the do have a crest they will hold it down a lot.
The second photo looks like an Abert's Towhee.
It could be an immature Cardinal, if not Pyrrhuloxia.