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In 2003, Chiricahua National Monument, Coronado National Memorial, and Tumacacori National Historical Park in Arizona partnered with the HMN to create monitoring sites that trap, band, and release hummingbirds from March to October; low populations and administrative issues led them to drop out.
Crews are also working to reduce fuel around historical buildings at Chiricahua National Monument - which is closed to the public until further notice - and private structures in the Whitetail Canyon area.
a balancing stone formation at Chiricahua National Monument A saguaro cactus, the state flower of Arizona, in the desert.
CHIRICAHUA NATIONAL MONUMENT The monument's main attraction is its columns and turrets of rhyolite.
Firefighters are fortifying containment lines on the north and northwest portions of the wildfire to protect the community of Whitetail and Chiricahua National Monument.
a balancing stone formation at Chiricahua National Monument Allen Street, site of some of Tombstone's oldest buildings.
Chiricahua National Monument The final stop on the tour of the southeastern Arizona parks, Chiricahna National Monument provides an excellent setting for understanding the human history of the region as well as immersing yourself the area's interesting natural environment.
Chiricahua Chiricahua National Monument lies in the heart of Arizona's "sky islands.