Archive for the ‘Sweetwater Wetlands’ Tag

Red-winged Blackbird   1 comment

Red-winged Blackbird (1 of 1) art blog

Red-winged Blackbird (1 of 1)-2a blog

Red-winged Blackbird, Sweetwater Wetlands, Tucson, Arizona — Images by kenne

A true conservationist is a man who knows that the world
is not given by his fathers,
but borrowed from his children.

— John James Audubon

Capturing The Moment — Let’s Get It On   1 comment

Dragonflies (1 of 1)-2 blog“Let’s Get It On” (Blue-eyed Darner mating)  — Image by kenne

Flame Skimmer With A Clipped Wing   3 comments

Dragonfly (1 of 1)-4 blogDragonfly (Flame Skimmer) at Sweetwater Wetlands, Tucson, Arizona (October 1, 2014) — Image by kenne

Sucking The Long Straw   3 comments

dragonfly (1 of 1)-3 blog“Sucking The Long Straw” — Image by kenne

Tucson’s Sweetwater Wetlands   Leave a comment


Sweetwater Wetlands Park — Images by kenne

Tucson’s Sweetwater Wetlands is an artificial wetlands near the usually dry Santa Cruz river. The area is a part of a waste-water reclamation project developed in 1996. The park provides an urban wildlife habitat and outdoor classroom — a wildlife photographer’s paradise.


“Water, water, water….There is no shortage of water
in the desert but exactly the right amount ,
a perfect ratio of water to rock, water to sand,
insuring that wide free open,
generous spacing among plants and animals,
homes and towns and cities,
which makes the arid West so different
from any other part of the nation.
There is no lack of water here unless you try to
establish a city where no city should be.” 

― Edward Abbey, Desert Solitaire: A Season in the Wilderness

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