About Western National Parks Association:
Western National Parks Association (WNPA) helps make the national park experience possible for everyone. As a nonprofit partner of the National Park Service, WNPA supports parks across the West, developing products, services, and programs that enrich the visitor experience. Since 1938, WNPA has worked to connect new generations to parks in meaningful ways, all with one simple goal: Create advocates who want to preserve and protect these special places for everyone, for all time. Your support allows us to do it.
Become a WNPA member today at www.wnpa.org.
About Saguaro National Park
Saguaro National Park protects a superb example of the Sonoran Desert ecosystem - a uniquely pristine and diverse biotic community that provides exceptional opportunities for exploration, education, research, and wonder. The saguaro, the most recognizable cactus in the world, is a symbol with emotional significance spanning centuries and cultures. The saguaro is a keystone species in an interdependent community (of plants, animals, and humans) adapted for living and thriving in this harsh arid environment. Saguaro National Park encompasses nearly 91,450 acres, 71,400 acres of which are designated as wilderness. The park has two districts—the Rincon Mountain District east of Tucson and the Tucson Mountain District west of Tucson. Both are within Pima County, Arizona, and are separated by the city of Tucson. Learn more at www.nps.gov/SAGU