Resource Briefs

Queen of the Night: A cryptic cactus with a beautiful secret

A History of Saguaro Cactus Monitoring at Saguaro National Park from 1939-2007

Aerial Spot-Sprayer Demonstration

Aerial Spraying of Herbicide to Control Buffelgrass in Southern Arizona

Buffelgrass and Sonoran Desert Tortoises

Buffelgrass Management

Buffelgrass Reduces Native Plant Recruitment

Cave Bats and Mine Gates

Climate Change Exposure of Saguaro National Park

Connecting Saguaro National Park to its Surrounding Landscapes

Creating Backyard Ponds and Restoring Habitat for Lowland Leopard Frogs

Cristate Saguaros

Effects of Post-Wildfire Sedimentation on Leopard Frog Habitat in Saguaro National Park

Efficacy, Impacts and Application Recommendations for Aerial Application of Herbicide to Control Buffelgrass

Inventory of Medium and Large Mammals at Saguaro National Park

Lesser Long-nosed Bats

Lowland Leopard Frogs in Saguaro National Park

Mexican Spotted Owl

Plant Responses to Climate Change in the Sonoran Desert: Recent Research and Findings

Protecting Natural Resources in a Rapidly Developing Landscape

"Pulse Study" of the Madrona Pools at Saguaro National Park

Quaking Aspen

Restoration of Disturbed Lands

Results of the 2011 BioBlitz at Saguaro National Park

Results of the 2013 BioBlitz at Saguaro National Park Re-Survey of a 1941 Saguaro Population Study

Service Learning: High School Students Study Saguaros and Climate Change

Tamarisk Survey at Saguaro National Park

The Fight to Save the Saguaros

The Saguaro Census in Saguaro National Park

Visibility at Saguaro National Park

Volunteer Contributions to Invasive Plant Program

What Will the Cactus Forest Look Like in 2050?

Youth Intern Program for Natural Resources and Climate Change


Last updated: May 26, 2016

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