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upper-sabino-canyon-panorama-1-of-1-blogUpper Sabino Canyon Panorama — View into Sabino Basin (Morning, November 18, 2016)

west-fork-canyon-1-of-1-blogWest Fork Trail Panorama (Trail to Hatch’s Pool, November 18, 2016)

upper-sabino-canyon-return-1-of-1-blogUpper Sabino Canyon Panorama — View into Sabino Basin (Afternoon, November 18, 2016)
Panoramic Images by kenne

“Sabino Canyon is a treasure, and its greatest jewel may be its biologically rich streamside woodland, Such habitats are endangered ecosystems in the Southwest; only a small fraction have survived the influences of humankind and changing climate in the last century and a half. At least five other important communities of plants and animals are also represented within Sabino Canyon’s walls — in effect, the canyon offers us many of the lowland habitats of the Southwest in microcosm. In a similar way, Sabino Canyon’s history reflects in miniature our own evolving relationship with this remarkable region. The canyon’s easy accessibility adds enormously to its recreational, educational, and scientific value.”

— from Sabino Canyon – The Life of a Southwestern Oasis, by David Wentworth Lazaroff

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