More Arizona Illustrated Nature and Environment Stories

Nature's Healing

The Amity Foundation has created a program where people in recovery are getting in touch with nature at the Circle Tree Ranch.

Nature's Hot Dog

Butterflies are essential pollinators in our ecosystem and their existence is now being challenged by climate change.

Saguaro Census

Park rangers, conservationists, and volunteers gather every 10 years to count saguaros in the Sonoran Desert.

Like a Mountain

A look at Aldo Leopold, considered by many to be the father of wildlife ecology.

Digging for the Root

Embracing natural and organic approach to health remedies, therapies, and cures.

The SkyCenter

Amateur stargazers and professional astronomers set their eyes on planets and galaxies millions of miles away.

Wildland Firefighter

A former wildland firefighter looks back at her life on the front lines.

Northern Jaguar Reserve

A look at the endangered jaguar and a group of people in northern Mexico who are helping to save their habitat.

Bat Woman

A profile of a wildlife biologist Debbie Buecher and her study of bats in southern Arizona

The Foray

A visit to the White Mountains to learn more about this mysterious fungi at the Annual Foray of the Arizona Mushroom Society.

Rescuing Wildlife

The Tucson Wildlife Center receives more than 3,000 birds and other animals each year, and operates the state’s first and only wildlife hospital open year-round.

Tree Readers

Taking a closer look at how tree rings are formed in order to understand how climate change will affect the forests of the southwest.

The Santa Cruz

Earlier this month, a stretch of a long-dry river bed in the heart of Tucson was reborn.

The Demonstration Garden

A free, accessible and educational space powered by a dedicated group of volunteers.

The Delta

Travel to the Colorado River Delta to witness revitalization efforts, five years after the pulse flow.

London Rocket

Experts recommend adding this edible weed to your diet.

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