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July 2019

Bisbee Walls: Past and Present

July 28 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Carr House

Colleen Crowlie, author There are hundreds of walls in Old Bisbee because it was built in a canyon.  In the early twentieth century thousands of miners came to work in the copper mines and built walls to hold up their homes on the steep hillsides.  The walls are all unique.  Now Bisbee is an arts community and many artists have decorated walls.  Bisbee Walls: Past and Present author, Colleen Crowlie will show a sampling of Bisbee’s finest walls and introduce the masons and artists who have created…

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August 2019

The San Pedro River: A Fragile Oasis in the Desert

August 11 @ 1:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Carr House

Bob Luce, Wildlife biologist, writer, and photographer Bob will present images of the spectacular scenery along the San Pedro River during the four seasons of the year, share images of some of the many native birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians that inhabit the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area, and discuss the present and future impacts of humans on the river.

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Madrean Plants – Hike with Mike

August 17 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am

Take a beautiful drive up Carr Canyon Road to Carr House and join Mike Foster, Carr House host, to learn more about the plants of the Huachuca Mountains.  Mike’s presentation will start with a short video about many of the plant species in the Madrean Evergreen Woodlands surrounding Carr House.  You’ll learn about the “sky islands” of the Huachuca Mountains and how plants here more closely resemble those of the Sierra Madre Mountains to the south rather than those of the Rocky…

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Southern Arizona’s Small Carnivores

August 25 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Carr House

Jeff Babson, Sky Island Tours Southern Arizona is home to a variety of small carnivores, including Northern Raccoon, Ringtail, Gray Fox, Ocelot, to name a few.  This talk explores the diversity and life history of these wonderful mammals.

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September 2019

Plants of the Dragoons

September 15 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Carr House

Doug Ripley, Arizona Native Plant Society President Doug will provide an illustrated presentation describing the flora, fauna, plant communities, and geology of the Dragoon Mountains. Particular emphasis will be on the over 700 species of vascular plants he has identified during a ten year study of the Dragoon flora and comparisons of it with those of the two other major Cochise County Sky Islands, the Huachucas and the Chiricahuas.

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