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Coconino County hired the Northern Arizona Conservation Corps to construct wildlife blinds in the form of drystone walls. This mortarless method of building has been employed by man for thousands of years.

The following pictures depict the various stages of construction of the two blinds.


FIRST BLIND
Initial stage, moving rocks to site.



Second stage, laying foundation rocks for the wall.

Third stage, collecting crushed rock for placement in center of wall.



Side view of completed first blind.

SECOND BLIND
Laying flagstone.


The second blind finished complete with stone floor and slab bench.