This amazing aerial view of Sedona leads us to ask the question: why are the Sedona rocks red? Answer ahead!
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Sedona, Arizona is a Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community with signs posted at entrances to the City of Sedona to let residents and tourists know about this designation.
From Wastelands to Wetlands: The Transformation of 27 Acres of the Sedona Arizona Wastewater Treatment Facility to a Nature Preserve and Bird Sanctuary
An oasis of six shimmering ponds surrounded by cattails, indigenous trees, pathways, bridges, and viewing platforms suddenly appears on the horizon. The is the Sedona Wetlands Preserve, a lush green sanctuary visited year round by hundreds of species of birds and other waterfowl.
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