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Volunteer with National Geographic and the National Park Service, together with Saguaro National Park and the Sonora Desert Museum for the Saguaro National Park project, BioBlitz. The project will be October 21st-22nd.

Inventory of Nature: Counting Cacti, Critters

BioBlitz seeks to document all living things within Saguaro National Park

We speak with superintendent of Saguaro National Park, Darla Sidles (left) and Manzo Elementary counselor, Moses Thompson (right) about the Bio Blitz which aims to count all the living species in the park.

Readying for BioBlitz in Tucson

Saguaro National Park officials prepare to count all creatures great and small

Voices for the Cure 2012, 2011

Listen to women and men from our community whose lives have been touched by breast cancer share stories of love, courage, and hope.

We talk with CEDO founders about their ongoing environmental protection efforts in the Gulf of California.

Institute on Deserts and Oceans Opens Tucson Office

CEDO is opening a Tucson office, the first in the U.S.

Scientists seeking clues about climate change are finding answers in an unexpected source--the humble hummingbird.

The Hummingbird: A Love Story

Tiny creatures help researchers, volunteers piece together climate puzzle

Executive director of the National Center for Border Security and Immigration, Dr. Elyse Golob tells us about the new technology the nation's security have created.

Avatar Brings Technology to Border Security

Developed at UA, machine can sense minute changes, responses at checkpoints

Learning To Coexist With Rattlesnakes

New lab on Tumamoc Hill tracks and studies an infamous reptile

An update on the sample return mission of the OSIRIS REx Asteroid.

Work Begins for 15-Year Study of Asteroid

OSIRIS-REx team starts biggest science project ever at UA; cost: $800M

Tracking the Chupacabra

Author Benjamin Radford explores the history and the reality of the famous bloodsucking monster. Is it more than just a modern myth?

'Fire is Inevitable' to Keep Arizona Wild, Forestry Expert Says

Wildlands need fire, but strategic restoration promises to minimize its danger

Drought Conditions Ease Slightly For Parts Of Arizona

Summer rains have helped, but forecasters worry a dry winter may be on the horizon

Warning Coordination Meteorologist Ken Drozd considers issuing a flood advisory.

Inside The National Weather Service's Tucson Operations Center

A team of forecasters work around the clock to turn local weather data into accurate forecasts and timely advisories.

We speak to Erin Olmstead Special Projects, Tucson Audubon Society Mich Coker past Vice President, Tucson Audubon Society.

A Weekend for the Wild

The Tucson Audubon Society hosts first annual Tucson Bird and Wildlife Festival

Bringing Science to the Silver Screen

A new film series pairs movies with science discussions, and its first screening examines a controversial chimpanzee study

Mark Dimmitt, a member of the Tucson Orchid Society, shows us a few interesting species of orchids.

Tropical Flowers in the Sonoran Desert

The Tucson Orchid Society brings awareness of the sought-after plant to Southern Arizona

Scorpion

FDA OKs Scorpion Antivenom Developed With UA Help

Anascorp gets the nod from federal regulators; originated in Mexico

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