Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Three photos of a very old - probably close to 200 years - multi-armed Saguaro Cactus, one of the things that's remarkable about Tucson. The pictured saguaro is the height of a medium-sized tree. The holes in the arms are made by woodpeckers and used for nesting by a variety of birds. There is a second younger (fewer arms) Saguaro in the bottom picture towards the back left.


2 Comments:

Blogger Louise said...

Great photos and thanks for telling us about the cactus- I have learnt something!

1:24 AM  
Blogger Louz said...

Hi Louise - Thanks for positive feedback. Saguaros are one of those things its hard to take a bad photo of I think. I see you're from New Zealand. One of those places I dream of visiting!

6:21 PM  

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