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"Well, I applaud you both for coming to this remote and dangerous place! " was the cheery comment we got from the border patrol guy when we found him checking our car on our return from the spring! We went to the spring on our visit from the UK, 12 miles along the border edge to see this area. We... 更多
This is certainly worth going to once, but maybe not twice unless it's been 30 years, as was the case for me. It really is a beautiful desert oasis. Most interesting is that it is right on the Mexican border. I mean right on. The parking lots includes the border fence and the truck traffic on Mexican highway 2 is... 更多
Great Oasis in the desert, birders delight in the spring time, endangered turtles, historical grave site and three springs. all within a short walking distance of your car.
This little Pond was nice esp. after traveling all day thru the desert, but the road back to the visitor center is not scenic. If you have limited time don't include quitobaquito.
We couldn't believe how big the spring (pond) was after seeing no water over such vast stretches of desert. Saw plenty of birds here, ducks, mudhens, Coopers Hawks, and several more species. Loved getting the chance to see the unique Quitobaquito desert pupfish!
We spent an afternoon exploring this treasure and saw Ducks, Hummingbirds, Minnows and a Painted Turtle in the stream. It is fed from an Artisian wheel deep in the earth. It's amazing to discover such a place in a desert like this.
Take a short trip to this desert oasis and you will not be disappointed. I was very impressed with the way it was kept up and the idea of such a spring in the middle of the desert.
The graded dirt road out to the Spring is not particularly scenic compared to the Ajo Scenic Drive loop but... 更多
an absolutely wonderful place in springtime. birds abound, turtles, frogs, little fish. and the sounds- birds, small animals, insects. snakes... 更多