Wildlife conservation begins with observation. The Agua Fria River Basin is a great place to see wild animals in natural habitats. Developers are eying the Basin, and have ‘mega’ plans to fill the space with streets and houses. But for now, we only need to step out our doors to see native vegetation, birds, and insects.
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