This national monument in southern Arizona is a fantasy world of extraordinary rock sculptures created by the forces of nature over millions of years. Visitors can experience these hoodoos and other geologic wonders, enjoy mountain views, and see some of the rich animal and plant diversity in the park by exploring the eight-mile paved scenic drive and 17 miles of hiking trails, among other attractions.

Updates on Chiricahua

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    The Secret Lives of Hummingbirds

    Fall 2012 | By Kelly Bastone

    Scientists and volunteers shed light on some of the most colorful and charismatic species in the national parks.


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