Arizona

The Wildlife of Southern Arizona

An essential part of any successful ATV adventure is exposure to wildlife. Between our tours in the West Sedona Canyon and Box Canyon, there is ample opportunity to catch a glimpse of the various animals that inhabit Southern Arizona. These ecosystems support an extraordinarily diverse population of plants and animals, including birds, reptiles, amphibians, insects, trees, and flowers. Want an idea of what you might see on your ATV tour? Here’s a short guide to Southern Arizona’s wildlife. 

Arizona’s Best Spots for Nature Photography: Part Two

It is profoundly hard to beat Arizona when it comes to the magnificence of the natural landscape. For thousands of years this land has been drawing in people of all cultures and creeds to witness her beauty first-hand, and that means that Arizona has become a mecca of sorts for those who specialize in the art of natural beauty.

Experiencing Native Cultures in Arizona

Arizona has a long and storied history, and a large portion of what we know about life in the Southwest before immigrants and settlers moved here from the east comes from the Native cultures that lived in Arizona. In fact, native peoples have lived throughout Arizona for at least 12,000 years.

Arizona is home to twenty-two native tribes, and each one, with their own cultural traditions and histories, have shaped not only the landscape of Arizona, and have strongly influenced the regions they live in, the non-native peoples who made their way to Arizona.