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A drive thru Pima County's Empirita Ranch including a visit to Wakefield Spring.
Cover Page from Pima County Regional Trail System Master Plan Map 2015.
Page 43 from Pima County Multi-Species Conservation Plan - 2019 Annual Report.
Page 78 from Pima County Multi-Species Conservation Plan - 2016 Annual Report.
Page 19 from Pima County Multi-Species Conservation Plan - 2017 Annual Report.
Page 177 from Pima County Multi-Species Conservation Plan - 2018 Annual Report.
Page 4 from Pima County Multi-Species Conservation Plan - 2016 Annual Report.
Cover Page from Pima County Multi-species Conservation Plan: 2017 Annual Report.
Cover Page from Pima County Regional Trail System Master Plan 2012.
Page 11 from BLM Coyote Mountains NE Access Land Acquisition Environmental Assessment showing the parcel the BLM purchased in 2020 and 2018 Pima County Easements.
Page 70 from Empirita Ranch Historic District National Register of Historic Places Registration Form.
Page 47 from Mountain Parks and the Sonoran Desert Conservation Concept Plan showing a Tortolita Mountain Park Draft Master Plan from the late 1990s.
Page 27 from 1999 Mountain Parks and the Sonoran Desert Conservation Concept Plan showing the Existing Pima County Mountains Park and Natural Preserve System.
Cover Page from Pima County Lord's Ranch Recovery Land Acquisition Grant Proposal and Award.
An 1893 map of Pima County by George Roskruge including smaller inset maps of Tucson and Nogales - an interesting resource for historic names and locations.
Cover Page from Pima County Multi-Species Conservation Plan - 2018 Annual Report.
Cover Page from Pima County Multi-Species Conservation Plan - 2019 Annual Report.
The 2017 Pima County Multi-Species Conservation Plan.
The 2018 Environmental Assessment of the BLM's plan to purchase 477 acres of land to provide better access to the Coyote Mountains Wilderness.
Pima Country Regional Trail System Master Plan Map - 2015 Version.
The 2012 Pima County Regional Trail System Master Plan, 2012.
The 2016 Pima County Multi-Species Conservation Plan.
Pima County Lord's Ranch Recovery Land Acquisition Grant Proposal that resulted in an award that contributed to the purchase of 640.4 acres of ranch land in Ironwood Forest National Forest.
The Friends of Ironwood Forest Spring 2013 Newsletter including The Saguaro, Sonoran Desert Icon: Its Status and Outlook by Bill Thornton and A Flood of Memories on an Arid Homestead about the Lord's Ranch.
The 2019 Pima County Multi-Species Conservation Plan.
The 2018 Pima County Multi-Species Conservation Plan.
Interesting information about the history of the Empirita Ranch.
Agave Sunset.
American Kestrel above Davidson Canyon.
Firewheel in Davidson Canyon.
Rincon Peak.
A Locked Gate into Pima Countys Empirita Ranch.
Shindagger.