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Yuma is a city in and county seat of Yuma County, Arizona. As of the 2005 census, its total population was 122,817.
Yuma is located close to the border with California to the West and with Mexico to the South. Yuma is just west of the Gila and Colorado River confluence.
Yuma is the hottest city of its size in the United States, with average July high temperatures of 107 degrees Fahrenheit. (By way of comparison, the corresponding figure for Death Valley is 115 degrees.) Average January highs are around 69 degrees.
On July 28, 1995 Yuma reached its all-time high at 124 degrees.
There are many hunting and fishing opportunities in Yuma, as uninhabited areas of the county offer a home for a variety of game and fish. Mule Deer and Desert Bighorn Sheep can be found in surrounding areas. Coyotes can be found throughout the area and even in city limits.
Dove and quail seasons are popular sporting occasions each autumn, the Mourning dove being a byproduct of the extensive Colorado river-irrigated agriculture lands.
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