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What Do February Record Temperatures Mean for Summer?

Highs in 80s this week are welcomed by tourists, businesses, but others wary of hot months ahead.

Grijalva Wins National Conservation Award

Tucson Democrat honored in DC Tuesday for working on national parks, public lands.

Wild poppies at Picacho Peak

Bountiful Brilliant Blooms Expected This Spring

Scientists say good wildflower conditions may be manifest in certain Sonoran Desert sites.

Just a small portion of the Saguaro National Forest conservation area.

Training to Preserve Saguaro Park Through Good Practices

Traveling pair from 'Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics' will be at park this weekend.

Site of the proposed Rosemont copper mine, looking west from Highway 83.

State Issues Its OKs on Rosemont Water Quality

Decision now moves to federal level - Forest Service and Army Corps of Engineers.

At Sabino Canyon's first bridge, on Tucson's northeast side, Jan. 30, 2015.

Tucson Winter Rain Has Been Reliable So Far

4 inches in 2 months gives region boost it needs in cycle, meteorologists say.

Border Security Efforts Clash with Movement of Wildlife

Environmentalists say fencing cuts off many animals; ranchers, others say security is uppermost.

Avra Valley Earth Fissures Ongoing Hazard, Geologist Warns

State's latest report shows subsidence from groundwater pumping continues in Southern Arizona.

Tucson Wildlife Center Ordered to Surrender Animals

State says 'Forever Wild' keeps animals in enclosures not up to state standards, some in need of treatment.

Buffelgrass is an invader species

A War On Grass

Residents in southern Arizona are fighting an invasive, resilient species that threatens the Sonoran Desert way of life.

Just a small portion of the Saguaro National Forest conservation area.

Saguaro National Park May Raise Some Fees

Park officials say increases have been authorized by National Park Service

US Fish & Wildlife Changes Mexican Gray Wolf Rules

Reclassified as its own endangered species; range for it expanded to most of Southern Arizona.

Committee Says State Should Buy Land for Yarnell Memorial

Spot where 19 firefghters died in 2013 surrounded by private property and currently closed to public.

Arizona Issues Notice to Sue Feds Over Wolf

State wants updated recovery plan for endangered Mexican gray wolf; says current plan is 30 years old.

These olive trees at the U of A provide shade and beauty to the campus and its visitors.

Low-Cost Trees Help Push Down Power Bills

Electrical utilities offer customers trees at reduced prices to provide shade from summer's desert heat.

Shawnee Riplog-Peterson, curator of mammology and ornithology at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, discusses the multi-state, binational breeding program involving bighorn sheep.

Three Lambs Born to Bighorn Sheep in Catalinas

Two adults found dead since last release to build herd; that effort going well, state wildlife official says.

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