As I was walking around looking for some inspiration I came upon this scene. This plant is called the Teddy Bear Cholla. Some birds actually can make a nest on it. I would say it is a pretty safe place for them. Check out my blog for other useful content. https://svagrikfineart.com/gabor-svag… Listen to my podcast […]

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The Sonoran Desert is a unique place to live and it has the plant life to match. We breakdown some plants that only grow where we live! Video Rating: / 5

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Today I take a drive through the beautiful desert that lies between Phoenix, Arizona and New Mexico. This is not a time lapse, it’s a 5 minute Highlight Reel of the best of this desert drive from Phoenix to Albuquerque. The first part of the drive, from Phoenix to Payson, Arizona, is AMAZING. Arizona route […]

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Your contributions make these videos happen! https://www.nickcarverphoto.com/contribute And check out my online course all about light metering for film photography: https://www.nickcarverphoto.com/metering Three days in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona. Yep. That would cure what ails me. Because, you see, I had a fever, and the only prescription was photographing some saguaro cactuses. I can’t explain […]

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Welcome to the Sonoran Desert! Today, we explore desert plants and their adaptations to the desert. From spines to water hoarding, accordion pleats to green sticks, we learn about the traits that have allowed desert plants to survive in a hot, dry environment. There are three main categories of plant adaptations to the desert: drought […]

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It’s March in Sonoran Desert which means it’s wildflower season. There are so many different varieties popping up all over the city and out in the wild. In this video I cover some of the most common wildflowers found in the Sonoran Desert. The video was taken at Lost Dutchman State Park in front of […]

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Steven has traveled to the Sonoran Desert in Phoenix Arizona. He joins Stellar Adventures and takes a hummer tour through the desert and explains why this area is so unique. Google Maps: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Stellar+Adventures/@33.4092047,-111.9961412,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x872b0c4af02afacd:0x8a3bb4a6c02a5329!8m2!3d33.4092002!4d-111.9939525 Website: http://stellaradventures.com/ To watch this video again click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kj44YRfri2M You can see the full Episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msZi-VZXlTs To subscribe to our […]

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The Sonoran Desert flowers and wildlife in Arizona is a vibrant place, especially during the spring months when the desert comes alive March through May. In March the desert floor is covered by wildflowers, by April the cacti blooms begin to appear and by late May the desert heat swallows up the living and tucks […]

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I recieved a box full of cactus and succulents plants in the mail. These plants came from the collection of a friend who lives in the Sonoran Desert in Arizona. Brian is not only a cactus collector, he is also a hiker/rock climber and his passion brings him deep and high in the Sonoran desert. […]

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The fiscal stability of the Desert Botanical Garden is dependent in large measure on the friends, volunteers and members, like the Papp family, who designate the Garden as a beneficiary of their estate plans. Legacy gifts support operations and provide for special projects. They also build the Garden’s endowment, a perpetual fund from which earned […]

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Living Zoology team was filming rattlesnakes in Southwestern USA and found 72 individuals of 9 species! This video contains chosen scenes from the documentary The Desert of Rattlesnakes. It will be posted online as soon as possible in full length. Get more information: https://livingzoology.com/project/the-desert-of-rattlesnakes/ Want to support by buying merch? Visit https://teespring.com/search?q=living%20zoology Video Rating: / […]

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Living Zoology team was filming rattlesnakes in Southwestern USA and found 72 individuals of 9 species! This video contains chosen scenes from the documentary The Desert of Rattlesnakes. It will be posted online as soon as possible in full length. Get more information: https://livingzoology.com/project/the-desert-of-rattlesnakes/ Want to support by buying merch? Visit https://teespring.com/search?q=living%20zoology Video Rating: / […]

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Angelo Joaquin Jr., former executive director of Native Seed SEARCH, discusses how the desert is a sustainable source of food, medicine, and spirituality for the O’odham people. Read more at http://arizonaexperience.org/land/traditional-foods-and-medicine

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