A Ferruginous Hawk flying in the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
Photo by: Jöshua Barnett, Creative Commons
There are lots of places where you can witness the beauty of nature. Rainforests and jungles of any kind provide habitat for numerous species of the world. But even in the desert there exists a wide variety of species of both plants and animals that you can see. When you visit the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum you can witness the great things the Sonoran Desert has to offer.
The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum (ASDM) was first found by William Carr and Arthur Pack in the year 1952. This museum is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to the protection and conservation of the Sonoran Desert. Certain kinds of attractions like a demonstration of live animals through projected images enable visitors to witness the natural life of animals that live in the desert. They also have a zoo where visitors can see the live animals that live in the desert and a botanical garden as well where just like the animals; visitors can see the natural vegetation that exists in the desert.
This museum does not only show the beauty of the Sonoran Desert but also provide educational programs in which visitors could be informed of the importance of the different plants and animals that live in these places, specifically the Sonoran Desert. Through the exhibits featuring live animals and amazingly natural settings and demonstrations of different kinds of animals, and simply by understanding and appreciating the Sonoran Desert the museum aims to inspire people in living in harmony with the natural word.
Even in the desert you can see the beauty of nature and by visiting the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum either with your family or your friends you will not just see its beauty, you may even get more knowledge about the desert itself, how the plants and animals that live within its environment contribute in its natural cycle.