Nature


The Nature Conservancy has a fantastic photo feature on the Saguaro for Summer 2008.

When Gila Woodpeckers, gilded flickers or other excavating animals abandon nest cavities in saguaros, opportunists… move in.

Photo © John Cancalosi/naturepl.com

Did I say it was fantastic? Well, I only borrowed the one photo, while there are dozens more where that came from, including a shot of a western screech owl moving into that giant hole the woodpecker pecked out.


    
    
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