The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is one of the most visited attractions in Tucson, Arizona. Founded in 1952, it combines the attractions of a zoo, museum, and botanical garden. Its focus is the plants and animals that live in the Sonoran Desert, and it was a pioneer in the creation of naturalistic enclosures for its animals. The Center for Sonoran Desert Studies, founded in 2005, conducts the educational and scientific functions of the Museum and is a hub for research, education and conservation of the Sonoran Desert. Over 500,000 people visit the museum each year.
The ASDM was created by William Carr and Arthur Pack as one of the first naturalistic zoos in the United States.
Here are the winners of last week's giveaway of four-ticket packages to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum: Calvin Tabata, Sheila Kembel, D.J. Peterson, Carole Kissinger and Peg Davis. [Derived headline]
Sep 20, 2009; Here are the winners of last week's giveaway of four-ticket packages to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum: Calvin Tabata, Sheila...