Riparian Gallery Forest

  • Riparian Gallery Forest

Water! Water in this dry region makes it possible for a large variety of water-loving species to flourish. Riparian Gallery Forest in our region has a few tree species that dominate, which include...

Type of Content: Vegetation Communities
Type of Content: Gallery
Santa Cruz River at Tubac
Type of Content: Image Content

The Ciénega de Saracachi area, including Arroyo Santo Domingo and Cañón Quemado, is in the Municipio de Cucurpe in north-central Sonora (30°21’33”N 110°35’29”W), ca. 105 km south of the Arizona...

Type of Content: Reports, Papers, Journal Articles
sulfer-bellied flycatcher
Type of Content: Image Content
Swallowtail caterpillar
Type of Content: Image Content
Rio Cocospera at El Aribabi
Type of Content: Image Content
Black-necked gartersnake in ash leaves
Type of Content: Image Content
Bright blue damselfly in the Catalina Mountains

Photo by 14 year old.

Type of Content: Image Content
Type of Content: Gallery
Santa Cruz River, San Lazaro, Sonora
Type of Content: Image Content

The upper Santa Cruz River in Arizona is navigable by boat. The boats (IKs) are smaller than full rafts and float high in the water. We had to drag occasionally and be careful of debris, but were...

Type of Content: Gallery

For thousands of years, people in the arid West have built their communities near rivers that supply drinking water, serve as navigation corridors, and support hundreds of plant, fish, and...

Type of Content: Reports, Papers, Journal Articles
  • A Living River: Charting the Health of the Upper Santa Cruz River, 2010

For thousands of years, rivers in the arid Southwest have sustained people and supported an abundance of plants and wildlife. Though at times unnoticed, the numerous services that these rivers...

Type of Content: Reports, Papers, Journal Articles
  • Celebrating Arizona’s Rivers - the San Pedro River

Created as part of a collection of Arizona river overview documents titled "River of the Month Series, Celebrating Arizona’s Rivers". These reports were prepared and supported by Environmental...

Type of Content: Reports, Papers, Journal Articles

Backpack trip in from BLM land on south side of the lower canyon. Several of these photos were taken in a major tributary called Swamp Springs Canyon.

Type of Content: Gallery

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.

Type of Content: Gallery

Devil’s Canyon is located in Pinal County Arizona a few miles east of Superior in the Globe Ranger District of the Tonto National Forest. The area is extremely rugged with deep canyons, rocky...

Type of Content: Reports, Papers, Journal Articles

Devil’s Canyon is located in Pinal County Arizona approximately 6 km east of the town of Superior in the Globe Ranger District of the Tonto National Forest. The area is generally rugged with deep...

Type of Content: Reports, Papers, Journal Articles
The upper Santa Cruz river near San Lazaro, Sonora

Photo ©2012 Trevor Hare

Type of Content: Image Content

This canyon and surrounding country are an incredible mix of chaparral, Sonoran Desert, and madrean influenced vegetation enhanced by stunning rock formations and rare perennial creeks.

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Type of Content: Gallery

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