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June 2007 trip to Arizona part 5

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  • John Hall
    June 18, 2007 Pima County Sabino Canyon Area: Tram to stop 4 (as far as it goes at this time), walked to stop 8 and up canyon from there; walked back to stop 1
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      June 18, 2007
      Pima County

      Sabino Canyon
      Area: Tram to stop 4 (as far as it goes at this time), walked to stop
      8 and up canyon from there; walked back to stop 1 and took the tram
      back.
      Time: 0800-1600 MST, Temp: 87-105°, Sky: Clear, Wind: up canyon @ 5-10
      mph

      There were pools of water throughout most of the canyon--much more
      than last year.


      Great Spreadwing 1
      Spine-tipped Dancer 4
      Lavender Dancer 15
      Sooty Dancer 1
      Amethyst Dancer 10
      Springwater Dancer 35
      Desert Firetail 6
      Darner,sp 1
      Gray Sanddragon 4
      Flame Skimmer 40
      Red Rock Skimmer 3
      Wandering Glider 3
      Filigree Skimmer 14


      June 20, 2007
      Mohave County
      Route 93 south of Wikieup

      Area: Burro Creek Campground upstream to the spring area
      Time: 0920-1300 MST, Temp: 92-106°, Sky: Clear, Wind: None

      American Rubyspot 30
      California Dancer 2, in hand
      Powdered Dancer 10
      Aztec Dancer 1, in hand at springs
      Amethyst Dancer 1
      Springwater Dancer 15
      Blue-ringed Dancer 50
      Dusky Dancer 6
      California/Aztec Dancer 20
      Familiar Bluet 20
      Arroyo Bluet 30
      Bluet,sp 150
      Painted Damsel 1
      Mexican Forktail 25
      Citrine Forktail 2
      Rambur's Forktail 1
      Pacific/Plains Forktail 1
      Desert Firetail 15
      Common Green Darner 8
      Gray Sanddragon 1
      Pale-faced Clubskimmer 1
      Western Pondhawk 5
      Comanche Skimmer 6
      Widow Skimmer 2
      Flame Skimmer 6
      Blue Dasher 15
      Wandering Glider 1
      Mexican Amberwing 5
      Black Saddlebags 1


      John Hall, David Edwards
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