Sonoran Desert

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a desert in southwestern Arizona

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Featuring a battle of wits between hungry Coyote and the small-but-chatty Woodrat the Packrat, the two meet up under the moonlight in the Sonoran Desert. Will Woodrat be able to talk his way out of this or is he in for a thorny end?
At this writing science doesn't support this, but if you want a big desert mule deer--or just a big mule deer--then the Sonoran Desert is one of the great places.
All contain wild ingredients rooted in the Sonoran Desert, but many draw from flavor palates from around the globe (such as Prickly Pear Borscht).
Hinojosa shows that 5meO-DMT derived from the secretion of the Sonoran Desert Toad is the most profound, most healing entheogen available, even more so than Ayahuasca, LSD, DMT, Psilocybin etc.
The Sonoran Desert toad (Incilius alvarius) is the largest native toad in the United States ([less than or equal to] 200 mm total length) and occurs near perennial and seasonal bodies of water across southern Arizona, southwestern New Mexico, and northwestern Mexico (Brennan and Holycross, 2006; Rorabaugh and Lemos-Espinal, 2016).
This text provides a close-up look at the plants and animals that live in and around the saguaro cactus in the Sonoran Desert.
Palm Springs - in the Sonoran Desert, 100 miles east of Los Angeles - is where Hollywood's infamous Rat Pack members such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr partied until dawn and beyond.
The products are made with jojoba esters derived from natural wax esters that are extracted from seeds of the jojoba plant, a shrub native to the Sonoran Desert of the US and Mexico.
The plant community is uniquely located between succulents common in the Sonoran Desert, and coastal sage scrub plants ranging from Southern California.
Saguaros (suh-wah-ros) are found exclusively in the Sonoran Desert and are very slow growing.
After our first American breakfast of giant pancakes, smoky bacon, maple syrup accompanied by hot chocolate the following morning, we ventured out to Arizona's Sonoran desert where we blazed a trail across the sand in lightweight Jeeps popular with the Israeli military.
From a hot air balloon ride above the Sonoran Desert to a wellness break in a five-star ranch, LEANNE RINNE explores another side of the Grand Canyon State 'HOW'S the hose pressure working out for you, Leanne?" asks my therapist.
The field days at Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum (Tucson), Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park (Superior), Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch (Gilbert) and Desert Willow Environmental Education Center (Mesa) provide students with perfect venues to study the geography, climate, and common plants and animals of the Southwest, specifically the Sonoran Desert. In addition, students learn basic field and laboratory techniques used in natural history, ecology and biology studies.
Through field reconnaissance and the study of preserved museum specimens we determined that the four reported populations of the arroyo toad from the Sonoran Desert region of Riverside, San Diego, and Imperial counties, California are in error.
The flora of the Baja California Peninsula has been compiled in two monumental treatments: Shreve and Wiggins' Vegetation and Flora of the Sonoran Desert (1964) and Wiggins' Flora of Baja California (1980).