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Spring Time In Sedona, Arizona And Northern Arizona
posted on Mar 31, 2014
Spring in Sedona And Northern Arizona is my favorite time of year. 2014 is no exception and out on the trail we cant help but notice it has arrived a bit early.
This years wildflower bloom is off to a spectacular start with the Indian Paint Brush, Dessert Marigold, Evening Primrose and more strutting their stuff. Soon enough the Cacti will be in full bloom.
Indian Paint Brush
Dress appropriately since spring is the season of layered clothing. Day Time highs in Sedona and Northern Arizona can reach the up into the 90's and the night time lows can get as low as the 20's. I can be out in my Hummer at 4:PM giving a tour and the temperature will be a balmy 80 degrees and when I am back after sunset the temperature will be 50 degrees. My guest are thankful for the blankets I provide in our open air Hummer's.
Black Tail Rattle Snake
Also be mindful of our abundant wildlife. The Mule Deer, Coyotes and Javelina are tame enough and pretty use to us humans wandering around. I have found dusk is the best time to spot our fauna in their natural habitat.
Our reptiles are also out and have awakened from the winter hibernation. Rattle snakes will be sunning themselves in the morning, especially on the warm road beds. Be careful where you walk and make a little noise so our rattler's know your coming. In most cases they will clear out of your way.
Enjoy our spring and the flora and fauna will reward ypu with great photos and life long memories of your visit to Sedona, Arizona.
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