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Friends of Saguaro National Park
In 1996, a small group of park volunteers founded a non-profit organization called the Friends of Saguaro National Park. Their mission was, and still is, to assist the National Park Service with funding of special projects that would otherwise, in most instances, remain unfunded. Over the past 10 years, the Friends of Saguaro have raised over $500,000 that fully or partially funded many projects with Saguaro National Park. If you would like to join the Friends of Saguaro National Park or learn more about the projects they have funded over the past 10 years, go to their website at www.friendsofsaguaro.org
View the Friends of Saguaro National Park "The Giving Library" video.
Did You Know?
Gila monsters are one of two venomous lizards in the world. The other is the similar Mexican beaded lizard. Gila monster venom evolved as a defensive rather than offensive weapon.