November 22, 2019

Saguaro Census

Park rangers, conservationists, and volunteers gather every 10 years to count saguaros in the Sonoran Desert.
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The saguaro cactus is a beloved and celebrated symbol of the Sonoran desert, it also happens to be a protected species, one that is now being counted as part of the Saguaro Census 2020. Every ten years, park rangers, conservationists and volunteers gather in Saguaro National Park to undertake the count.

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