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The range on the outskirts of the Cabeza Prieta NWR in Arizona, shown at sunrise.

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A tourist surveys darts used by the military as targets in practice flights over Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona.

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Runoff from the mountains in Cabeza Prieta NWR, (AZ) creates patterns on the desert floor. The plants that dot the landscape are not only a food source for the animals that live there, but important in preventing erosion as well

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A large basaltic rock formation interrupts the desert landscape of Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona.

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Runoff from the mountains in Cabeza Prieta NWR, (AZ) creates patterns on the desert floor. The plants that dot the landscape are not only a food source for the animals that live there, but important in preventing erosion as well

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A tourist surveys darts used by the military as targets in practice flights over Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona.

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A large basaltic rock formation interrupts the desert landscape of Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona.

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A tourist surveys darts used by the military as targets in practice flights over Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona.

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A large basaltic rock formation interrupts the desert landscape of Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona.

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Runoff from the mountains in Cabeza Prieta NWR, (AZ) creates patterns on the desert floor. The plants that dot the landscape are not only a food source for the animals that live there, but important in preventing erosion as well

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Runoff from the mountains in Cabeza Prieta NWR, (AZ) creates patterns on the desert floor. The plants that dot the landscape are not only a food source for the animals that live there, but important in preventing erosion as well

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Runoff from the mountains in Cabeza Prieta NWR, (AZ) creates patterns on the desert floor. The plants that dot the landscape are not only a food source for the animals that live there, but important in preventing erosion as well

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Inactive volcanic lava dome at Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona.

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The Pinacate lava flow on the western edge of Cabeza PrietaNWR, Arizona.

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Volunteer Bill Broyles checks rain gauges at Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona. To cover the refuge’s 860,000 acres, he’ll work 50+ hours in three days. He’s been doing this since 1988, and says, “It’s a place worth being because it pushes you to live life with more intensity.”

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Volunteer Bill Broyles checks rain gauges at Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona. To cover the refuge’s 860,000 acres, he’ll work 50+ hours in three days. He’s been doing this since 1988, and says, “It’s a place worth being because it pushes you to live life with more intensity.”

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Aerial of endangered Sonoran pronghorn antelope in Cabeza Prieta NWR.

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