NPS Photo by Jamie Corson
The following reptiles are listed in the brochure "Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles and Mammals...A Species Checklist for the Gila National Forest", which can be obtained by calling the Gila Cliff Dwellings Visitor Center at (575) 536-9461.
Unless otherwise noted, abundance ranges from uncommon to fairly common to common.
Sonora Mud Turtle Ornate Box Turtle Spiny softshell - rare
Gila monster - rare
Western Banded Gecko, Collared lizard, Lesser earless lizard, Greater earless lizard, Crevice spiny lizard, Eastern Fence lizard, Clark's Spiny lizard, Plateau lizard, Desert Spiny lizard, Tree lizard, Short-horned lizard, Texas Horned lizard, Round-tailed lizard,
Many-lined skink, Great Plains skink,
Chihuahuan Spotted Whiptail, Desert-grassland Whiptail, Western Whiptail, Gila Spotted Whiptail,
Madrean alligator Lizard,
Texas blind snake - rare
Western blind snake, Black-necked garter snake, Narrowhead garter snake, Checkered garter snake, Western Terrestrial garter snake,
Striped whipsnake, Ring-necked coachwhip snake, Bull snake,
Big Bend Patchnose snake, Mountain Patchnose snake,
Plains blackhead snake, Southwestern blackhead snake - rare Common kingsnake, Sonora Mountain kingsnake,
Arizona coral snake - rare
Black-tailed rattlesnake, Western diamond-backed rattlesnake, Western rattlesnake, Rock rattlesnake