Red is the Color Of

Early on a summer morning, a white-winged dove uses its tongue to eat from deep within the fruit of a saguaro on the Latigo Trail in McDowell Sonoran Preserve

Early on a summer morning, a white-winged dove uses its tongue to eat from deep within the fruit of a saguaro. The red covering many of the spines atop the cactus is not blood but rather pulp and juice from already-eaten fruit.

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