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While Frank Baden was riding his ATV around the Dragoon Mountains in southeast Arizona at dusk, he captured this shot of the moon glowing in the hazy winter sky.
Dove Mountain resident Kim Mantel saw this little rattlesnake as it spent a couple nights in the front courtyard. It even spent the night on this small decorative bench.
Cece Sickelbower, 12, took this picture while on the Romero Ruins Trail in Catalina State Park.
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Explorer reader Renee Goodhue traveled to Waterwater Draw late last month to see the Sandhill Cranes.
Oro Valley resident Karen Klay found a nest with two chicks made by a mourning dove on the pad of a prickly pear cactus.
On March 8, University of Arizona senior Natalie Hannah and her friend got on Interstate 10 to head to Phoenix for Spring break when these very large tumbleweeds began to bombard their car and others.
Marana resident Kimberly P-Chadwick took this photo of a great-horned owl perched on top of her arbor in her back yard earlier this year.
courtesy photo, Built in 1891, the Pinal County Courthouse is the subject of a massive rehabilitation and improvement project that will enable the Pinal County Board of Supervisors and other county agencies to utilize the now vacant space. The cost of the two-year project is estimated at $6 million.
Reader photo Last Thursday, northwest resident Donita Burrows saw this Harris� hawk sitting perched in her front yard for about five minutes as she took a couple photographs. Sometimes, this hawk will hunt for food in groups to increase its chances of catching larger animals like jackrabbits.
courtesy photo, The Jovert Steel Drum Band performs at Riverfront Park in Oro Valley this Saturday night, April 25.
Courtesy of the artist, Artist Susan Libby will have works on display at the arts festival in Oro Valley this weekend, including "Afternoon Nibble."
Dawn Hect recently snapped this photo of a pair of bobcat kittens sauntering along a wall in her backyard. The Explorer welcomes reader-submitted photographs, which will run in this space every week. E-mail your photo, along with a description and your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include "Reader Photo" in the subject line of your message. Make sure you send a high-resolution photo (300 dpi or greater), or one that is at least 2MB in size.
Sandy Becker snapped a photo of this hummingbird napping on the chili wreath on her front door. The Explorer welcomes reader-submitted photographs, which will run in this space every week. E-mail your photo, along with a description and your contact information to email@example.com. Be sure to include �Reader Photo� in the subject line of your message. For the best reproduction, make sure you send a high-resolution photo (150 dpi or greater) or one that is at least 1MB in size. Or, post your photo on our Web site, www.explorernews.com.