Roger Naylor shared this beautiful shot on his Facebook page this morning. Springtime in Arizona is amazing.
The iconic Saguaro cactus of the Sonoran Desert may grow it’s first arm around 75 years of age, and it may live 150 years. This fading sentry was probably here when Arizona became a state.
I just stumbled across an old post by Sue Norwood at RunTrails.net that is an excellent primer on the fauna of the Sonoran Desert. Since more of us are out enjoying the desert in the cooler weather, I thought this would be a good thing to share. Happy Hiking! (Or trail running, if that’s your […]