Sunday, February 20, 1:00 p.m. The Desert Botanical Garden is home to more than 10,000 plants from deserts around the world, including more than half of the world’s total number of cacti species. During the walking tour, attendees will have the opportunity to discover the secrets of the desert. The garden is a natural environment located on 145 acres within the beauty of Papago Park and is home to jackrabbits, squirrels, desert tortoises, and other animals. For bird watchers, there are dozens of species of native and migratory birds, from darting jewels like hummingbirds to the desert hawks. Desert succulents found throughout the garden include agave, barrel, prickly pear, aloe vera, ocotillo, and saguaro, to name a few. The registration fee is $90.00 USD per person and includes roundtrip transportation, entrance fees, and a professional guide. Advanced registration required.
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