Drone videos and photos: Gila River near Winkelman, Arizona

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This page features drone footage and still imagery of the Gila River, near Winkelman, Arizona, just upstream from its confluence with the San Pedro River. The Gila is a tributary of the Colorado River that begins in southwest New Mexico. It flows for 649 miles through an arid landscape, meeting the Salt River near Phoenix and the Colorado River near Yuma, Arizona.

DateApril 1-2, 2020
LocationGila River near Winkelman, Arizona (map)
PhotographerMitch Tobin, FAA Remote Pilot Certificate #4002345
OrganizationThe Water Desk at the University of Colorado Boulder
RightsFree to reuse under Creative Commons license, with credit to “Mitch Tobin/waterdesk.org”

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