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A close up of some gorgeous orange and yellow flowers in Janis and Philip Van Wyck's Grow Down garden contest entry.

Living Large in Small Spaces

Botanical Gardens' 'Grow Down' competition showcases creative ideas

Here we have the exterior of Biosphere 2 which is illuminated by a beautiful, golden sunlight.

Focusing on Planet Earth

Biosphere 2, annual Earth Day raising awareness

Report Calls Colorado River 'Most Endangered'

Demand; drought threaten waterway; but some are optimistic it can be restored

Stephane Poulin, chief herpetology curator of the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum talks about the desert tortoise adoption program and other wildlife issues.

Step Away from the Tortoises

Leave protected species alone, state wildlife officials ask

Elissa Fazio and other Hummingbird Monitoring Network volunteers are uncovering the secrets of hummingbirds.

The Hummingbird: A Love Story

Tiny creatures help researchers, volunteers piece together climate puzzle

Beware: Rattlers Waking Up

Warmth means they're stirring, calling for human vigilance

2013 Wildfire Season: 'Highly Variable Dynamic'

Coronado National Forest officials monitoring fuel, moisture, wind

Michelle Conklin, Executive Director of Tucson Botanical Gardens, talks about some of the current and upcoming projects for the organization.

Tucson Botanical Gardens Growing

Changes, additions and 'Grow Down' competition among landscape architects

A close up of a hummingbird as researchers study and observe its behavior.

Hummingbirds Among Us

Small in stature, big in attitude

Friends of Redington Pass Join Forces

Volunteers strive to protect natural destination east of Tucson

Residents speak about the benefits of  Thornydale Ranch.

Hardy Plants for Tough Conditions

Hot, cold and dryness are part of the challenges.

Some Hope During Immeasurable Grief

Children's Memorial Parks provide comfort, solace and memories

Turkey Trouble? Wildlife Agency Seeks Answer

Northern AZ birds outfitted with radio transmitters for tracking

Training 'The Best of the Best'

Simulated wildfire highlights week of instruction for advanced trainees

Do Not Feed Animals May Be Law

Birds, squirrels OK; deer, elk not, Flagstaff mayor says

Climate Science Expert Visits Arizona

Wally Broecker is described as an "intellectual giant" in his field.

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