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Description - The Safford Field Office boasts more than 130 miles of rivers and streams, more than any BLM area in Arizona. Twelve of these waterways are perennial. Safford's many rivers, streams and ponds support over 3,000 acres of riparian vegetation. These riparian areas and clean water are crucial to fish and wildlife, including neotropical birds and many threatened and endangered species.

Attractions - Safford's many rivers, streams and ponds support over 3,000 acres of riparian vegetation. These riparian areas and clean water are crucial to fish and wildlife, including neotropical birds and many threatened and endangered species.

Recreation - The Safford Field Office boasts more than 130 miles of rivers and streams, more than any BLM area in Arizona. Twelve of these waterways are perennial.

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Filed By: gregory benson (tucson, AZ)
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Report: there needs to be notice concerning bowie hot wells... a brief mention that there is no longer water there will save people from accross america the trip..

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Report: This is not a trip report. I can't find a BLM email address dor Safford, so I will try this. A question for your naturalist. Are there naturally occurring Gopherus agassizi in the Safford District? I believe that there are some in the lower reaches of Aravaipa Creek (but how far east? to Graham County?) and on the Muleshoe (but again, how far east of there). Do they occur in the canyonlands east of Redington? I know of an occasional find here in the Gila Valley, but these are very likely escapes or released animals. If you have any information on this, please advise. (Note: I have no interest in capturing a tortoise.)


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Contact Information:
Safford BLM Field Office, 711 14th Avenue , Safford, AZ, 85546-3321, Phone: 928-348-4400, Fax: 928-348-4450

Additional Information:
Arizona BLM Lands - The BLM administers 14.2 million acres of public lands in Arizona. They offer a wide range of recreational activities, including hiking, mountain biking, rock hounding, hunting, nature study, camping, off-highway vehicle exploration and boating.
Central Arizona - Central Arizona, located in the middle of the state and north of Phoenix, features Prescott National Forest, Verde Valley Wilderness, Tonto Natural Bridge State Park, and Dead Horse Ranch State Park.
Southern Arizona - Southern Arizona is a region of desert lowlands, high desert and rugged, forest-topped mountains. The city of Tucson lies at the heart of this region
Swift Trail Parkway - This route by the high-rising Mount Graham, rises in elevation along the way from 3,200 feet to 10,720 feet.

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BLM Arizona - Official BLM Arizona Site

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