Last week we hiked in Usury Mountain Regional Park, where I looked to see what the saguaro cacti were saying (or showing) us. These two lovebirds were holding hands.
Please call on me!
"Praise the Lord" or "I give up"
Have you seen the Native American storyteller figure? That's what I saw here.
This cactus had to use a cane to stand up straight.
Most saguaros grow arms somewhere in the middle, like this.
This one was unusual.
When a saguaro dies, its skeleton remains. They are very interesting.
We saw this curved bill thrasher.
We were serenaded by the cactus wrens all during our hike. Here is one of them.