Earlier this summer, Images Arizona invited its readers to share photos of their expeditions and adventures, eager to see where the road has taken them.
A new documentary about Liberty Wildlife focuses on the rehabilitation, conservation and cultural significance of Arizona’s bird populations.
Our Sonoran Desert trails provide Cynthia Eral with plenty of inspiration for her art. Whether it is a wild animal, a majestic sunset or one of the beautiful botanicals that are unique to our Sonoran Desert, absorbing the natural world helps the artist connect with her subjects and find the right feeling or emotion that she wants to convey.
North Phoenix resident Isabel Guerra Clark shares a photo that she took of a pair of bighorn sheep near Canyon Lake.
North Phoenix resident Isabel Guerra Clark shares a photo that she took of a great horned owl and its owlets.
East Phoenix resident Greg Abbott shares a photo that he took of his daughter, Meghan, paddleboarding near a herd of wild horses on the Salt River.
May offers prime time viewing of saguaros, cholla, barrel cactuses and more suddenly showcasing some of the most colorful and dynamic flowers that you have ever seen.
Photographer Dean Hueber takes tremendous pride in his collection of hummingbird images.
There is a lot of love, passion and heart that goes into the rescue, rehabilitation and release of the more than 800 wild birds Wild at Heart takes in each year.
Writer Joseph J. AirdoPhotography Courtesy of Arizona Game and Fish Department [dropcap]A[/dropcap]rizona is currently home to 35 native species of…