This video describes the importance of San Pedro River and Riparian area and makes a case and plea for conservation. For more information about this important project visit the Friends of the San Pedro River.
We wholeheartedly recommend Casa de San Pedro Bed & Breakfast whether you’re a birdwatcher or just want to hike in the cool shade of the big trees along the San Pedro River. Karl & Patrick are terrific innkeepers. The grounds are very pleasant. And it’s located within a stones throw of the last remaining free-flowing river in Southern Arizona. The rooms are just a normal-size bedroom & bath but all 10 open to a beautiful courtyard where there are plenty of tables & chairs. Also not far are two Clovis archeological sites. These are as close as you’re likely to get to the Pleistocene Epoch and the Paleo-Indians who hunted the now extinct giant bison, twice the size of today’s “buffalo”, and humongous mammoths that were larger than an African elephant. To view my original post on how I came to discover this Southern Arizona treasure, click HERE. For a … Continue reading