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Waterfall, Sabino Creek, Sabino Canyon, Tucson
Tucson

Water falling over rocks in the Sabino Creek, that fills with water for only part of the year and where the Spring daytime temperature is in the 80s while the water temperature is around 38 F degrees. The Sabino Canyon is covered with Giant Saguaro Cactus and in Spring there are also many flowers and plants brought on by the rains earlier in the season.

Copyright: Brian richards
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Uploaded: 23/04/2010
Actualizat: 10/09/2014
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Tags: sabino creek; sabino canyon; tucson; arizona; saguaro; cactus; waterfall; river; creek sabino; spring; flowers; canyon
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