New Mexico Groundsel — Left Image In The Santa Rita Mountains, Right Image In The Santa Catalina Mountains At About 5,000 ft Elevation, April, 2014…
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Rock Squirrel — Image by kenne
This particular rock squirrel seems to prefer the view from a dead tree in Catalina State Park. When first spotted, it was about fifty yards away and because of its size we thought it might be a cat. Moving in closer we could better tell it was not a cat, but a very large squirrel. The body was at least a foot in length with a tail equally as long, making it over…
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The Feet Have It! — Imager by kenne Be kind to your feet Transporting you to and from…
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Appalachian Mountain Club, April 8, 2014 Hiking the Hutch’s Pool trail in the Santa Catalina Mountains — Images by kenne…
Parish Larkspur (Delphinium parishii) — Image by kenne
This deep blue wildflower was near the Hutch’s Pool trail at about 3,900 ft. in the Pusch Ridge Wilderness above the Sabino Basin. I needed help in identifying this beautiful deep blue wildflower, which I received from fellow SCVN members. This one is a much deeper blue than the one pictured in Frank Rose’s “Mountain Wildflowers of…
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Nature’s Bowl of Love — Image by kenne Nature’s bowl of love Beauty to the eye and heart,
AMC Hiking Blackett’s Ridge, April 7, 2014. — Images and video by kenne (Click on any of the tiled images to see a larger view in a slideshow.)
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Picacho Peak — Image by kenne A real butt-kicker This big peak climbed by many Truth defines this hike. — kenne
Brother at Sunrise — Image by kenne A Brother LostNow that it’s daylight at five,
On April 6th, The Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) began a week of hiking in the Tucson area. The first hike started in Catalina State Park, following the Romero Pool Trail in the Push Ridge area of the Catalina mountains. Sabino Canyon Volunteer Naturalists, Tim Ralph and myself, along with Mike Harris, lead guide in the Southern Arizona Hiking Club, shared the roles of hosts and guides for the hiking group from the east. The AMC Adventure Travel group of sixteen was under the leadership of Linda Moraski (leader) and George Schott (co-leader).
Additional postings of the AMC time in Tucson will take place over the next week.
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(Click on any of the following “tiled” images to see larger views in a slideshow.)Appalanhian Mountain Club Hikes To Romero Pools On April 6th, The Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) began a week of hiking in the Tucson area.
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