Upper Gila Autumn

Gila National Forest, New Mexico

The Gila River in gold and Mogollon Creek foreground, flow from the Mogollon Mountains at the peak of autumn color, November in southwest New Mexico. The Gila is gold with cottonwoods, which thrive on spring floods, signature of a wild river. And the Gila is wild and untamed in the Upper Box. Mogollon Creek, with rusty orange Sycamore, flows intermittently and doesn't hold floodwater long enough to support cottonwoods. These free flowing riparian zones are among the richest areas anywhere ecologically.
Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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