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Posted by aztrail4fms on August 24, 2009 at 9:18 PM
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I have posted journals from 4-26 to 5-1 covering my hike from the South Kaibab to Grandview Trail in the Grand Canyon for my alternate route for Passage 37- Grand Canyon South. (starts on archived entry page #3 or click here)

 

 

I have some exciting news: this October I will be joining a volunteer crew to work for a week at Phantom Ranch at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. It will be a lot of work, clearing drainages and doing other maintenance, but what a setting! We will have a day off to go exploring- I am really looking forward to it. The summer has been passing slowly, but I have been enjoying my new volunteer position at the NW Wildlife Rehab Center. I get to work with all different kinds of birds- tiny hummingbirds, songbirds, owls and hawks of all sizes. We also have bunnies and the occasional squirrel or skunk. One of my favorites there is a group of baby roadrunners that were hatched two weeks ago. I posted a video of them at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Evyk6zcIc9A It is such a treat to be able to see and interact with all these animals.


 

            Baby Harris Hawk

 

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