A review of the 3000 or so recorded images suggests that the upper reaches of Turkey Creek Canyon is more popular than thought with many images of hikers and summer swimmers, but wildlife also uses the canyon and its year round supply of water. Below is a multi-image composite of one of the smooth water slides found along the bottom of Turkey Creek and one of a bobcat headed upstream. I will leave the remaining wildlife photographs for the LSAMs to publish so as not to spoil their surprise.
|Turkey Creek water slide|
|Bobcat high in the Chiricahua Mountains|