Sierra Vista

If you are a nature enthusiast you have no further to go than Sierra Vista. Sierra Vista, the closest city to Ramsey Canyon and the San Pedro Riparian Area lays claim to the title, “The Hummingbird Capital of the U.S.” and it may very well be.

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Reintroducing the Beaver to the San Pedro River

Reintroduction of the Beaver

After a 100 year absence from the San Pedro River of Southeastern Arizona the American Beaver is reintroduced. This video explores the history of the area and how pioneer, mining, military and ranching activities lead to the demise of the beaver presence in the San Pedro River. A thorough investigation … Continue reading

Cottonwoods: The Largest Trees in Arizona

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Cottonwoods are the largest trees in Arizona. This video, explaining the cottonwood at length is part of an educational series, by the Friends of the San Pedro River. Learn more about how the cottonwood contributes to the ecosystem and protects the San Pedro Riparian Area in this video. Mike Foster, … Continue reading

Coronado National Memorial: A Video

Coronado National Memorial

In this video, Mike Foster talks about the Coronado National Memorial and the Coronado Expedition for which this memorial is named. This is a great Day Trip for a warm day. Bring a picnic for the top of Montezuma Pass at 6500 ft. elevation. Explore the cave on the property. … Continue reading

The Sobaipuri Culture: Ancestral Indians

Sobaipuri

Where did the Sobaipuri come from? When did they inhabit the San Pedro River Valley? Where did they disappear to? In this short video, Mike Foster takes a look at these questions and more. For a more in depth look at the Sobaipuri, see “The Sobaipuri and their Descendants“,another educational … Continue reading

Trincheras Culture

Trincheras Culture

In the spirit of Archaeology month, watch this video about the Trincheras Culture that inhabited the San Pedro River Valley as well as many other places in Sonora and Arizona. Mike Foster, San Pedro River Videos, is an ardent supporter of the Friends of the San Pedro River which serves … Continue reading

Cochise Culture

Cochise Culture

The Friends of the San Pedro River are celebrating Archaeology month by offering a new Archaeology walk every Saturday in March at 9am. The Murray Spring Mammoth Kill site hike on March 8, 2014 will meet at the Murray Springs Parking Area off Moson Road. Learn more about this important … Continue reading

Javelina of the San Pedro River

Javelina

If you live in Southern Arizona, you probably have seen javelina from time to time, but you may not know much about them. This eductional video explores the javelina and their habitat along the San Pedro River, clearing up misconceptions along the way. Mike Foster, San Pedro River Videos, is … Continue reading

Saving the San Pedro River

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In this short video, you can see what has happened over the past 100 years to the rivers in Arizona. The San Pedro River and Riparian area is important to hundreds of species of birds and other wildlife and a critcal part of the migration path. The following video is … Continue reading

Birds of the San Pedro River Region

Hummingbird nest

Take a tour of the San Pedro River and find out why there are so many species of birds here, many of which are identified for you. Here on the San Pedro you might see the Grey Hawk or Green Kingfisher, usually a resident further south in Mexico. This video … Continue reading