On February 4, 2005 the County purchased the Bee and Mordka properties totaling 160 acres.   The properties are located west of the Tucson Mountains and south of the Garcia Strip.  The acquisition preserves a portion of a critical landscape linkage by providing landscape connectivity via a tributary to the west branch of the Brawley Wash that continues north across Tohono O’odham land to ultimately link up with the Santa Cruz. 

Date Acquired: February 4, 2007

Cost: $20,265

Cost Per Acre: $506

Size: 40 acres

Type: Habitat Protection Priority