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do you do any guided tours?? I am planning a trip to az. next month and would love to go on a guided tour. If not, do you know of any places that do??
I don’t do guided tours (but I do go herping with people that email me on occasion), and actually will be spending almost all of next month in New Mexico. Are you looking for general AZ scenery stuff, or more of a herping trip in particular? If it’s the latter, try going on the Arizona Herpetological Association website and asking if anyone would be willing to take you out for some local stuff. Be careful not to ask for exact locations on there, it’s a sensitive subject.
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