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Fresnal Canyon is a major landform feature within the Baboquivari Mountains in the southwestern part of North America. This locale has been a notable place for archaeological recovery of pre-ceramic Native American habitation.[1] This canyon has a number of native flora and fauna, including presence of the elephant tree (Bursera fagaroides). The canyon is within the Tohono O'odham Nation lands.

Line notesEdit

  1. ^ Vorsila L. Bohrer. 2007

ReferencesEdit

  • Vorsila L. Bohrer. 2007. Preceramic subsistence in two rock shelters in Fresnal Canyon, page 12

Coordinates: 31°49′38″N 111°38′25″W / 31.827304°N 111.6403905°W / 31.827304; -111.6403905