What's New: Visitor Photos

Send us your photos! Did you take any particularly colorful or interesting pictures during your visit to the Arboretum? Please share them. Here are recent images which generous visitors provided -- email your images to BTAInfo AT ag.arizona.edu. We hope you enjoy these as much as we did....

Lynn Anderson: Fall color from November 2008, towering trees and Turk's Cap flowers were captured in the lens last year by
Arboretum Volunteer Lynn Anderson

Philip Lowe: Mesa engineer and Arboretum annual member Philip Lowe caught an elusive Ringtail in the lens back in 2003, and also shares images of butterflies and the Arboretum's unique Hybrid Hummingbird.
Visit Philip Lowes photo gallery

Marceline Vandewater: check out this great gallery of images, including the White-throated sparrow seen at left.
Vvisit Marceline Vandewater's gallery

Joe Woodley: "Digi-Scoping" photographers use new digital cameras to get even better closeups through a spotting scope. Review a few images - Visit Joe's gallery

Jim Burns: Birders from around Arizona have thrilled to the news of a Varied Thrush pair feeding in the pistachio tree; mostly around the grove across from the Herb Garden.
Visit Jim Burns' gallery

David Oberpriller: This Mesa resident has been one of our annual members for more than a decade, and has the photos to prove it. Flower closeups, Plants of the Bible, even a Gila Monster.
Visit Dave Oberpriller's gallery.

Gale & Roger Racut: annual members Gale & Roger capture landscapes, lizards, plants and architecture around the Arboretum Visit Gale and Roger Racut's Gallery.

Kent : Glendale visitor Kent sent these recent images, shared courtesy of his "Man with a Camera" photography studio
Visit Kent's Gallery

Dave Souers: Cacti enthusiast Dave Souers has photographed various blossoms and plants around the Arboretum this year -- Visit Dave's Gallery.

Tammie & Russ: butterflies - and the flowers which attract them - are the subjects of these great macros by visitors Tammie Ogasawara and Russ. Visit Tammie and Russ' Gallery

Pete Moulton: Desert Spiny, Earless and other lizards are in front of the lens when Pete Moulton visits the Arboretum. Visit Pete Moulton's Gallery

Pat Burke: Check out these images that Gloce resident and Gila Pueblo Community college instructor Pat Burke shared after her visit to the Arboretum. Visit Pat Burke's Gallery