KACHINA WETLANDS PRESERVE

Kachina Wetlands Preserve is a 70 acre area owned by the Kachina Village Improvement District. It evaporates treated wastewater from Kachina Village, just south of Flagstaff,  Arizona. It was created with eight evaporation ponds, of which only a couple have water in them year round. The ponds have formed habitats attractive to wildlife, including birds and bugs. Kachina Wetlands gives birds a place to breed, to rest during migration, and a source for food. Here are few photos from some visits there this year.

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