A wetland is an area with saturated water, such as marshes or swamps. The Sedona Wetlands Preserve is a constructed wetland that is about 27 acres, located south of the Waste Water Reclamation Plant, that is owned by the city of Sedona, Arizona. There are six basins in this preserve, the water within these basins are supplied from the treatment plant with processes that consist of biological treatment, clarification, filtration, and ultra-violet (UV) disinfection.
The Sedona Wetlands Preserve is picturesque and a wonderful place to see birds in the Verde Valley Area. Here are some photos from visits to the preserve.