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Episode 130: Feeding Tucson With Greenhouse Tomatoes, Greens, Herbs

Plus, hate crimes ordinance, reaction to Islamic Center vandalism, Jewish Center bomb threats.

New Idea in 30-Year Effort to Save Mexican Wolf

State game official says captive-bred pups are the problem, so raise them with wild pups.

Why Did the Deer Cross the Road? Because She Had a Safe Place to Pass

The $10M wildlife overpass/underpass project is being used heavily by mule deer.

Blocking Biodiversity: Why a 'Great Wall' Might Not Be Great for Wildlife

A border wall could impact numerous endangered species, including jaguars.

Reward Offered in Deer Poaching Case Near San Manuel

'Poachers aren't hunters,' state Game and Fish says after deer shot outside of hunting season.

Episode 306: Face to Face With a Jaguar

Understanding the big cat and its range in Southwest has grown with recent sightings.

Best Pet for Sonora? Desert Tortoises Up for Adoption

Nearly 100 captive-born tortoises up for adoption to homes in Sonoran Desert.

Wildlife Officials Pleased With Growing Mexican Gray Wolf Count

Wolf count rebounds to 113 after drop the previous year.

2017: The Year of the Hummingbird

Tucson Audubon Society holds a big celebration for the little bird.

O'odham Leaders: Plan to Build Border Wall Desecrates Sacred Land

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The Art of Paying Attention: Behind the Scenes of The Arizona Highways Wildlife Guide

Photographers share the stories behind some of their favorite photos.

Inside the Arizona Highways Wildlife Guide

Also on Arizona Spotlight: From the Women's March to a Political Movement; Géza Röhrig's Holocaust Remembrance

Arizona Still Untouched by Disease Deadly to Deer

Chronic Wasting Disease has affected herds in other Western states.

Take a Break in Tiger's Tap Room

Also on Arizona Spotlight: An endangered species update; Digna Theatre Company combines art with human rights; Adiba Nelson essay; and sculptor Barbara Grygutis honored with new book.

First Day Hikes Celebrates 60th Year in Arizona State Parks

Come Sunday, more than 60 events will be held statewide, 7 in Southern Arizona.

The Drum & The Story: "Why the Owl Flies at Night"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A Closer Look at Arizona's Electoral College; Saying Farewell to 2016 with Stories of Loss and Hope; Video Game Nostalgia at the Holidays.

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