Posts Tagged ‘open spaces’

An update on the Desert Fence Busters

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by Trica Oshant Hawkins, Conservation Programs Director, Arizona Wildlife Federation [Excerpted from the Spring 2023 Friends of Ironwood Forest Newsletter] I’ve been coordinating various volunteer conservation projects for well over […]

Pima County pursues new protected open spaces

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Late last year, Pima County announced a slate of new protected open space acquisitions they are pursuing with the $2 million allocated for the acquisition of conservation land in the […]

SnapShot USA in full swing

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The Snapshot USA project is a huge collaborative effort to sample mammal populations with camera traps across all of the United States. The study is designed to sample sites in […]

Desert Fence Busters

Join us for our last Desert Fence Busters event for Winter 2023! WHEN: 7:30am-2pm WHERE: West Tucker Road, Avra Valley – more detailed directions will be given after you register […]

Avra Valley Fence Removal Volunteer Day a Big Success!

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On December 11, 2021, a group of local organizations and state/federal agencies came together to celebrate National Public Lands Day by holding a Fence Removal Volunteer Day in Avra Valley. […]

What types of wildlife cameras do we use?

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Interested in purchasing a wildlife camera for yourself or as a gift for family or friends?  The short answer from our Conservation Science Director Jessica Moreno is: I recommend checking […]