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On close to a million acres of desert wilderness lies Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge – a place as wild and grand – as any in North America. - Bill Broyles, a refuge volunteer and school teacher who has been exploring Cabeza Prieta for more than 25 years, introduces the viewer to the region’s fascinating history and to the Refuge’s complex Sonoran desert ecosystem. More plant and animal species live here than any other arid region on the globe.
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