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Jason Davis

Tucson, AZ, United States

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In the Southwestern United States, white-winged doves occasionally build nests on the arms of saguaro cactuses. This dove, however, chose a particularly prickly saguaro. A second cactus species, the prickly pear, is growing out of the saguaro at the nest site, making for a well-defended, but rather inconvenient, home.

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In the Southwestern United States, white-winged doves occasionally build nests on the arms of saguaro cactuses. This dove, however, chose a particularly prickly saguaro. A second cactus species, the prickly pear, is growing out of the saguaro at the nest site, making for a well-defended, but rather inconvenient, home.

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