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Bonita Creek, AZ
2010-10-078 by
 
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Spent a couple of hours along Bonita Creek out at the Gila Box conservation area. Hiked a short ways along the creek down below the wildlife viewing platform before returning back to the picnic area for lunch. There were a Lot of big Plains Lubber grasshoppers all over the place along with butterflies & dragonflies down by the water. Very pretty place!
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