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… Read More KACHINA WETLANDS PRESERVE
Here are some wildflowers and weeds I saw on a summer morning walk in northern Arizona.
Sunflowers pop up all over the place each summer, they become more abundant once the monsoon season begins here in northern Arizona. They are widely distributed throughout North America, known as Common, Roadside, or Prairie Sunflowers.
Here is the growth of a giant sunflower in my garden, it is over 8 feet tall. This is how it looked as it grew.