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Recommended Books on Sabino Canyon

"Treasures of the Santa Catalina Mountains" explores the history and the legends of the Santa Catalina Mountains– download free PDF excerpts from the book, read chapters online and purchase on Amazon!

Sabino Canyon, Field Guide to: Pocket Naturalist Guide (Pocket Naturalist Guide Series)Sabino Canyon is a beautifully illustrated guide highlights over 140 familiar and unique species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fishes, seashore creatures, butterflies/insects, trees, shrubs, wildflowers and cacti. Laminated for durability, this lightweight, pocket-sized folding guide is an excellent source of portable information.


Sabino Canyon: The Life of a Southwestern OasisSabino Canyon by David Wentworth Lazaroff (Author). David has called on years of studying, photographing, and educating people about Sabino Canyon to produce this clearly written and beautifully illustrated book. Focusing on the importance of Sabino Creek both to plants and animals and to human recreation, he tracks the ebb and flow of canyon life through the year and tells how people have sought to utilize the canyon through history. Paperback: 119 pages. Publisher: University of Arizona Press (March 1993).

A Guide to the Geology of Sabino Canyon and the Catalina Highway: Coronado National ForestSabino Canyon is a 45 page full color geologic Guide to Sabino Canyon and the Catalina Highway (DTE-17) by J.V. Bezy explains how Sabino Canyon was formed as well as the geologic features on Mt. Lemmon along Catalina Highway in this wonderful depiction published by the Arizona Geological Survey .

Amphibians, Reptiles, and Their Habitats at Sabino Canyon (The Southwest Center Series)Sabino Canyon presents annotated and illustrated descriptions of the amphibians and reptiles found at Sabino Canyon and an overview of their natural environment. Representing a study spanning nearly twenty-five years, it documents their present and past distribution and examines environmental and herpetofaunal change due to physical, biological, and human impact on species and habitats. 


El Charro Salsa Picante is an authentic salsa from El Charro Cafe in Tucson, AZ. Contains: crushed tomatoes (tomatoes, salt, citric acid), water, salsa (onions, salt, garlic, white vinegar, canola oil, chiltipin pepper, oregano), tomato puree (water, tomato paste, citric acid), citric acid. More online products from El Charro Café.

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