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Snapshots

  1. Two men talking ?

    Snapshot Title: Two men talking ?
    Taken by: Dan

    Image: Chiricahua National Monument
    Image Owner: Lisa McKeon



    Description:

    Or two women



  2. Fire Lookout

    Snapshot Title: Fire Lookout
    Taken by: Lisa McKeon

    Image: Chiricahua National Monument
    Image Owner: Lisa McKeon



    Description:

    This fire lookout sits atop Sugarloaf Peak (7308 ft), the highest point in Chiricahua National Monument. The lookout is staffed during the hot, dry months.



  3. Dragoon Mountains

    Snapshot Title: Dragoon Mountains
    Taken by: Lisa McKeon

    Image: Chiricahua National Monument
    Image Owner: Lisa McKeon



    Description:

    The Dragoon Mountains, across the Sulpher Springs Valley, was the site of the Cochise Stonghold Camp of the Chiricahua Apaches.



  4. Patterns in rock formations

    Snapshot Title: Patterns in rock formations
    Taken by: Lisa McKeon

    Image: Chiricahua National Monument
    Image Owner: Lisa McKeon



    Description:



  5. Balancing rock

    Snapshot Title: Balancing rock
    Taken by: Lisa McKeon

    Image: Chiricahua National Monument
    Image Owner: Lisa McKeon



    Description:

    Many pinnacles balance on small diameter bases among the outcrops.



  6. Gray -breasted jay

    Snapshot Title: Gray -breasted jay
    Taken by: Lisa McKeon

    Image: Chiricahua National Monument
    Image Owner: Lisa McKeon



    Description:

    This bird is common in the Chiricahua Mountains and often found in groups, noisily chattering and flying between oak trees.