Every day, hundreds of people hike one of the most popular trails in Grand Canyon National Park and don’t even see the signs of prehistoric life left behind on a trailside rock.
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A cross between a burro and a horse, the sure-footed mule is perfectly suited for navigating the long, steep trails … More
Oatman, AZ has a burro problem. It started not long after the town’s gold mining operations were shut down by … More
Although you’ll likely find more luxury auto dealers here than in any other city in Arizona, Scottsdale considers itself a … More
Due to the wildly fluctuating water levels and temperatures in Arizona’s waterways, the fish population doesn’t exactly thrive. And when … More
A spirit of the wild west remains alive in some parts of Arizona by teams of horses who roam and … More
Just south of downtown Phoenix rests South Mountain Park – the largest city-run park in America. With access points in … More
Mules are a common sight for hikers in the Grand Canyon. In return for a little food and water, these … More
What do you do with a first of its kind, multi-million dollar biology lab housing humans when the experiment is … More
Adored for their bobbing black topnot of feathers, these elusive birds of the desert Southwest take cover along brushy washes … More
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For the past several years, I have used the website “Weather Underground” to follow the temperatures…