a view of the office
Here is a good view of where I work four days a week: The Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge. I took the photo with my point and shoot from atop Childs Mountain. Down in the valley below are endangered sonoran pronghorn, bobcats, gray fox, kit fox, mule deer, mountain lions, desert bighorn sheep, wildflowers, pollinators, fungi, bacteria, lichen, cacti, lava rocks, birds of all desert-loving kinds, coyotes, drug smugglers, undocumented aliens and border patrol all suffering through the intense desert heat. Everyday at work there’s always a slight apprehension thinking someone could be watching us from the washes or hilltops. Either way though, it’s very beautiful and bio-diverse.
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Tags: Biodiversity, Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge, childs mountain, desert bighorn sheep, drug smuggling, endangered sonoran pronghorn, illegal alien, my job, no hunting, sonoran desert border patrol