Find
Map
Post
Aa
username
X
password
register help
Destination
Dankworth Pond State Park
13 Photosets
2014-03-10  
2013-08-02  
2013-07-07  
2012-04-25  
2012-01-02  
2011-07-19  
2010-12-17  
2010-10-01  
2010-09-06  
2010-08-15  
2010-07-20  
2010-06-13  
2008-01-25  

2010-10-01
15 by
 
Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking Oct 01 2010
SkyIslander15
Hiking2.00 Miles 100 AEG
Hiking2.00 Miles
100 ft AEG
 no routes
Linked none no linked descriptions
Partners none no partners
2 parter today, I first hiked the Dos Arroyos trail at Dankworth Pond SP and then drove out to Roper Lake SP and hiked the Mariah Mesa trail and the trail around the lake. I saw a lot of wildlife at both parks. At Dankworth I found 4 vultures in a tree, a gopher snake, lots of butterflies & dragonflies. At Roper I saw lots of quail, cottontails, bees, a few cranes & a couple of hawks. I stopped at Roper to see if I could find the owls I viewed the evening before but they were nowhere to be found. It was a very hot day today and I ended the trip with a nice swim out at the island.
Wildflowers Observation Isolated
Author
SkyIslander15's

260 Photosets
  2010-10-22
  2010-10-22
  2010-10-18
  2010-10-18
  2010-10-16
  2010-10-15
  2010-10-14
  2010-10-11
  2010-10-11
  2010-10-08
  2010-10-07
  2010-10-05
  2010-10-03
  2010-10-02
  2010-10-01
  2010-09-24
  2010-09-24
  2010-09-23
  2010-09-23
  2010-09-23
1 ... 8,  9,  10,  11,  12,  13  


Since 1996! Member driven since 1996! or

HAZ was created for the love of hiking. It is something special. The content is family friendly for all to enjoy. Take a few minutes to keep it the best hiking resource on earth. Write a triplog that will be useful to someone you do not know. Post photos on less used trails. Inspire a future generation. If your bills are squared away consider a donation.
enjoy life, be careful & be kind
Back to the Basics
Hiking 101
Warning: heat kills! Avoid 8am to 5pm over 90 degrees. Prehydrate & stay hydrated.
Hikebot recommends using an umbrella to block the sun.
Avoid Heat Illness - do NOT hike when temps exceed 100 degrees, period.
About
FAQ
Shop
© 2015 HAZ