April 7, 2012
I live in Vermont, so the landscape and ecology at Saguaro are quite a bit different from what I am accustomed to. I have been to the park a handful of times, and each time have come away with an appreciate for the unique flora and fauna. That I have been able to understand so much of this exotic environment is a reflection of Saguaro's superbly organized, well-staffed visitor outreach, both in the center established for that purpose and in every interaction with the park's staff and volunteers. I am well aware of the effects of global climate change, and therefore I am deeply concerned about the fate of the park's wildlife as the water table drops and their only recourse is to retreat to higher and higher ground in order to survive. They can't survive if they are stuck unconnected islands. Those who direct the park and ensure the well-being of its animals are, thankfully, addressing these very issues every day in every way they can. I am happy to be able to support them. Thanks to the US government too for preserving places like Saguaro for all of us to enjoy.
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