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Along the border, 500 miles of desert species

BioBlitz records biodiversity in 500 miles of desert along wall site
Kevin Weitemier uses the iNaturalist app to identify bladder pods during the Border BioBlitz at Coronado National Memorial on March 3.
Herpetologist Taylor Edwards uses the iNaturalist app to identify a plant species along the Arizona Trail during the Border BioBlitz on March 3.
A Cholla cactus grows along the Arizona Trail, left. Myles Traphagen photographs an Arizona white oak tree, right, during the Border BioBlitz event to take stock of the biodiversity in the area.
The view looking to the east from the top of Coronado National Memorial shows the existing border wall in the distance where the landscape is not separated, but teeming with shared biodiversity.

Along the border, 500 miles of desert species

Kevin Weitemier uses the iNaturalist app to identify bladder pods during the Border BioBlitz at Coronado National Memorial on March 3.
Herpetologist Taylor Edwards uses the iNaturalist app to identify a plant species along the Arizona Trail during the Border BioBlitz on March 3.
A Cholla cactus grows along the Arizona Trail, left. Myles Traphagen photographs an Arizona white oak tree, right, during the Border BioBlitz event to take stock of the biodiversity in the area.
The view looking to the east from the top of Coronado National Memorial shows the existing border wall in the distance where the landscape is not separated, but teeming with shared biodiversity.
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