Double Your Impact Today for the Sonoran Desert!

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Before: Small, dark box culvert

Before: Small, dark box culvert

Completed wildlife underpass

Completed wildlife underpass

Bobcat Print

Bobcat Print

Because of you, the Sonoran Desert’s largest wildlife underpasses were recently finished, re-connecting a major wildlife linkage west of Tucson near Kitt Peak.

Thank you for your part in achieving this major milestone in Sonoran Desert conservation. You’ve truly made a difference!

Located in a “hot spot” for wildlife-vehicle collisions, these large underpasses will provide a safe passageway for wildlife traveling along the Baboquivari Mountain Range. Wildlife like bighorn sheep, mountain lions, bobcats, coyotes, deer, and much more.

Without you, we never could have achieved this. And today, we urgently need your help to provide more safe crossings for wildlife. A generous donor has pledged a $12,000 matching gift. Will you generously donate today to double your impact for Sonoran Desert wildlife?

Just a few weeks ago, bobcat and coyote prints were found in one of the Kitt Peak underpasses, demonstrating that they are already working as a safe passage for wildlife!

Thank you so much for your part in helping us with this and so many other aspects of protecting the Sonoran Desert.

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