Sonoran Desert

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a desert in southwestern Arizona

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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.
On 28 August 2016 at 1945 h, we observed a large (~175 mm total length) Sonoran Desert toad attempting to eat a large (~45 mm body length, ~90 mm leg span) western desert tarantula (Aphonopelma chalcodes) at Sabino Canyon, Arizona.
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?
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.
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.
Irish has cultivated and xeriscaped the Sonoran Desert for over twenty years, and her story of how she and her husband changed the barren plot to a haven for local wildlife and plants makes for a powerful survey highly recommended for any gardening collection strong in xeriscaping.
The Sonoran Desert is vast: 100,000 square miles of danger and extreme temperatures straddling the borders of California, Arizona and the Mexican state of Sonora.
com)-- One of the nation's premier distance learning schools, Sonoran Desert Institute announces it has selected Meng & Associates Inc.
Although the book concentrates on work by Navajo and Pueblo artists, it also describes work by other groups including Apache, Northern Cheyenne, and Sonoran Desert peoples.
Along the margin where the city and the Sonoran Desert converge east of Phoenix, spring reveals the desert not as a parched wasteland of bleached cow skulls, but as an ephemeral garden.
Desert Night Desert Day" is a magnificently illustrated nature book about nocturnal and diurnal creatures of the Sonoran Desert.
Wendell Long, the company chief executive officer, said, 'This project is about more than just opening up a beautiful resort in the Sonoran desert.
The beauty of the Sonoran Desert comes to life during a walking tour of the Desert Botanical Garden, a 145-acre showcase of more than 10,000 plants--including plenty of cacti--from deserts around the world.