Nature & Science
The Sonoran Desert seems a hostile and unhospitable place, yet there are plenty of people, animals, and plants that call this area home. It may take a keen eye and a patient ear but you can generally find a thriving community wherever you search. We welcome you to share your photographs and stories of desert wildlife here at Casa Grande Ruins. Use the Contact Us link.
Did You Know?
An estimated six million pounds of caliche were used in the construction of the Casa Grande. Caliche is a naturally occurring soil consisting of clay, sand and calcium carbonate found in the deserts of the southwest.