Catalina Foothills Estates No. 7

Natural Resources

Wildlife and Plant life

The residents of CFE #7 share a love for this neighborhood and the fact that the area remains as natural as it was in the 1970's. Our Protective Covenants preserve the appearance of the neighborhood and make it a welcome haven for humans with a love of enjoying gorgeous views, wildlife, and diverse native plant life.

The abundance of Sonoran desert foothills wildlife includes: many types of birds, lizards, snakes, as well as rabbits, hares, javelina, bobcats, mountain lions, and more! Native plant life includes many types of cactus, succulents, bursage, as well as palo verde and mesquite trees.

View a CFE #7 lot location map.

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The following are a few photos taken by residents of CFE #7.

prickly pear with fruit

staghorn cholla with flowers

hedgehog cactus with flowers

barrell with flowers

desert jackrabbit

pink sunset

Some useful links:

Arizona Native Plant Society

Arizona Game & Fish Department

Desert Museum

Tohono Chul Park

Tucson Botanical Gardens

Tucson Cactus & Succulent Society

UAZ College of Pharmacy Poison Plants page

UAZ Cooperative Extension

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