San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area: Photos by Francie Hills

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An amateur photographer, Francie Hills is a retired teacher from New Hampshire who currently lives in Sierra Vista. We first saw Francie’s photographs at the San Pedro House, the visitor center operated by Friends of the San Pedro River. This 57,000 acre preserve protects one of the last remaining year-round free-flowing rivers in Arizona. People have lived in this area for at least 11,000 years. Here you will find pleasant hiking trails, dozens of bird species, a ghost town, and an archeological site.
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To learn more about the San Pedro River and the San Pedro Riparian Conservation (SPRNCA) Area, see our page dedicated to the river and its life.

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