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  • Confluence of Rio Tutuaca and Sirupa, begin Rio Aros

By Huck

Recently I had the opportunity to see, by raft, the country I've been tramping overland for the last couple of decades. Just getting to the put-in of our trip was a...

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Abedus vicinus sonorensis

Giant water bug

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Rio Aros Morita rapid panorama
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  • Rios en El Bronco - Rivers in Rough Country

Our adventures into the river canyons of eastern Sonora began in the early 2000s after spending several years working throughout the bronco (rough) state of Sonora, México. My best friend was an...

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  • Rios en el Bronco, Rivers in Rough Country

Here's an article in Terra Magazine (put out by ConserVentures) literally about Wild Sonora. Read about adventures on the rivers of eastern Sonora and see plenty of photos of the most recent trip...

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Largest rapid on the Rio Aros in Sonora between Natora and the Rio Bavispe confluence.

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Karwinskia humboldtiana
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Photo comparison of La Morita rapid in medium and high flows

Photo comparison of La Morita rapid on the Rio Aros in both December 2011 and July 2012. December flows were high for the time of year and July flows were near average.

Flows in late spring...

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Yaqui slider tracks (Trachemys yaquia)
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This expedition was put together with support from the Northern Jaguar Project. The goal was to document flora and fauna in the remote and wild region in eastern Sonora.

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Los Otates, Rio Aros, Sonora

On the Rio Aros

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La Primavera, Rio Aros, Sonora

Camp during boating trip on the Rio Aros at La Primavera.

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Jaguars are endangered in Mexico and the United States, necessitating careful monitor- ing of population status. We determined minimum numbers of jaguars and sympatric pumas in a small population...

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Drymarchon corais, indigo snake
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