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The Art of Paying Attention: The Rabbit Warren

The first in a series of essays by wildlife illustrator Beth Surdut about the adventures that may be outside your window.

Arizona Spotlight for July 17, 2015

A welcome to new American citizens from around the globe; sharing music and camaraderie in Downtown Tucson; The Rogue Theatre's new look at "The Portrait of Dorian Gray"; and a call to practice paying attention in your own backyard.

Pima County Wants Ideas for New Animal Shelter

Officials are seeking community input at meeting next Thursday

METRO WEEK: Animal Care: Public Cost, Personal Benefit?

Pima Animal Care Center costs rising, UA researcher studies health benefits of owning dogs

Toads, Turtles and Tarantulas Get Busy During Monsoon

The monsoon motivates movement and reproduction in the Sonoran desert.

Arizona Spotlight for July 3rd, 2015

Exploring the planet Pluto as never before; land and sea survival training tests Air Force pilots' mettle; monsoon love for toads, tarantulas, and tortoises; and A Book I Love.

Pima Animal Care Center Waives Fee to Reduce Crowding

Shelter at nearly double capacity with 800 dogs, cats, including up to 3 dogs in one kennel.

Community Effort Tracks San Pedro River's Health

Volunteers will map flows for waterway that's vital to people and wildlife.

Could Amish Farm Dust Provide Relief from Asthma?

Tucson researchers are seeking clues from rural Indiana communities.

Arizona Spotlight for June 12, 2015

From drop out to graduate thanks to support and compassion; sharing stories with strangers about real life; positive body image vs. media representation; how and why cicadas make such a racket.

Lost Dog: Found

Three weeks after disappearing from his Fourth Avenue apartment complex, Charles is back home.

About Bugs & Brains

Visit a UA lab where research into the learning and memory of insects and fish is being conducted.

When it Hits 100: Zoo Animals Less Fazed Than Humans

Summer accommodations at Reid Park largely for people; many animals already acclimated.

It's Not Just for the Birds

Tucson Audubon Society's New Executive Director

Newly Approved Rattlesnake Anti-Venom Under UA Study

Drug is second OK'd by FDA for treatment; up to 200 Arizonans are bitten each year.

UA Bird Expert Leads TV Search for Hummingbirds

Crew travels to Cochise County's Chiricahua Mountains for in-depth look at tiny winged creatures.

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