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Tucson sits at the bottom of a bowl surrounded by theCatalina Mountains, Pusch Ridge, Tucson Mountains, Rincon Mountains, and Santa Rita Mountains.
Bordered on the east and west by the Saguaro National Park and the Ironwood Forest National Monument, Tucson is often used by birders as a gateway to the deserts, grasslands, and mountains south of the city, including notable birding sites Madera Canyon, Sonoita Creek, Patagonia, Sabino Canyon, Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, and Chiricahua National Monument.
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