Tanglewood (2015)

Southern Arizona is along the northern boundary of the handsome Gray Hawk. Not long ago, Gray Hawks were more common in the Arizona summer skies. Habitat degradation became a threat to them as cottonwoods, willows and mesquite trees along the few remaining desert riparian areas were either destroyed or died because of groundwater loss. Now that there are some improvements in protecting these habitats, the numbers of breeding Gray Hawks have improved for now, but conflicts over desert water will continue to exist.
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Tanglewood

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