A docent at the Desert Museum talks about the Harris’ HawkContinue reading
A docent at the desert museum talks about the Saguaro Cactus. Enjoy a walk about the extraordinary sourrounding and learn about the wonders of the Sonoran desert from knowledgeable volunteers.Continue reading
A docent at the Desert Museum talks about the fierce little Kestrel. This is one of four videos featuring docents from the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, Southern Arizona’s jewel in the desert.Continue reading
An interview with a naturalist at the Sabino Canyon Recreation area. Dan Granger talks about the birds, wildlife, hikes and more. … Continue reading
The Coronado National Forest is big and diverse. It includes the Santa Catalina Mountains including Mt. Lemmon, Santa Ritas home to Mt. Wrightson and Madera Canyon, the Huachuca Mountains of which Ramsey and Carr Canyons are well known, the Pinaleno Mountains of which Mt. Graham is the highest peak, Chiracahua … Continue reading
As I usually do before I go to a dining establishment to write a review, I checked with the usual “real customer review” sites that contain some portion of “fake” reviews. Yelp & TripAdvisor customer reviews for Brooklyn Pizza are generally 3-4 Stars. And Tucson Weekly’s readers usually vote it … Continue reading
Ramsey Canyon is EXCEPTIONAL! Tombstone and Bisbee are essentials. But if you have an extra day, do visit Ramsey Canyon. Plenty of hiking and birding here. Hike up the mountain. Spy on the many varieties of birds and other critters. Revel in Nature. The Ramsey Canyon preserve is one of … Continue reading
About 2 miles down the road from the Desert Museum is the Saguaro National Park Visitors Center.
I know this is odd, but there are two Saguaro National Parks – East & West. In between is Metropolitan Tucson. If you only have time to visit one, go West.