Field notes and photography by Bryan D. Hughes

Above the Cactus Line

When driving to the Northern parts of Arizona, there’s seemingly a distinct line where the lage saguaros give way to chaparral grasslands. One of these place, just above where the cactus disappear, is one of my favorite close-to-home places to go. This picture is pretty typical of any evening throughout July and August.

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2 Responses to “Above the Cactus Line”

  1. Michael says:

    What species do you often see up there?

  2. Bryan says:

    That day I was looking for blacktails, but I’ve also seen AZ blacks, diamondbacks, and mojaves in the area.

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