Category Archives: camping
For updated information, visit The Coronado National Forest USDA Forest Service website.
The Arizona desert is dry, and this means that the fire danger is high. So use caution, be careful, and have a plan. A good resource for Arizona wildfire news can be found at the Arizona Daily Star’s “Wildfire” page.
This photo was taken today just across the highway from the town of Tubac in Kenyon Ranch.
Courtesy of Rumblefish Music Licensing Store
Song The Summerlands
Album: Mysts of Avalon
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Someone emailed me and asked if I had ever taken a photograph of a bobcat on a saguaro cactus. I never have. However, one local Arizona resident recently had that opportunity.
Coincidentally, I was reviewing photos of local Tucson Photographers and came across of this recently uploaded photo by an Oracle Photographer (North of Tucson) that uploaded a photo by his friend (taken at Roosevelt Lake) of a:
I have never seen either a bobcat or a mountain lion on a saguaro cactus. Incredible images by these photographers.
Arizona Department of Public Safety Helicopter Rescue, a photo by SearchNetMedia on Flickr.
As temperatures increase, the need for water while hiking increases, and know that rattlesnakes are out. This Arizona DPS Search and Rescue helicopter landed near the Finger Rock Trail head today.