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Arizona rattlesnakes could be affected by I-11 construction

A portion of the project cuts through desert land, which experts say could cause continuing concerns for wildlife.

40 years of Gould’s turkey restoration success in the Sky Islands

From local extinction to Thanksgiving triumph, the journey of North America’s largest wild turkey species in Arizona’s southeastern mountains

US wildlife managers have no immediate plans to capture wandering Mexican gray wolf

Her paws have seen hundreds of miles now over the last five months.

StoryCorps invites you to join "The Great Thanksgiving Listen."

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Alejandro Canelos' short stories explore secrets of the desert; How Bisbee is supporting Arizona's pollinators; and the Arizona Wildlife Federation celebrates 100 years.

Conservation windfall in Arizona: America the Beautiful Challenge funds key initiatives

Statewide grant recipients develop nature-based solutions

"Stewart Udall: The Politics of Beauty"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How teachers are dealing with AI in classrooms; and a story of survival in plain sight from Children of the Holocaust.

Reviving the Santa Cruz River: A decade of clean waters and ecological resurgence

From stagnation to splendor: How wastewater innovation breathed life back into a desert oasis

Arizona Theatre Company invites you to run "Barefoot in the Park".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Arizona Insect Festival returns to the University of Arizona; A look into how adaptive sports are building up Tucson's youth, and a post card from the 2023 Arizona Youth & Peace Conference.

Rare jaguar sighting sparks excitement in Arizona's Huachuca Mountains

Jaguar 3 'Sombra' possibly resurfaces in the Sierra Vista Ranger District in the Coronado National Forest

Dragonfly BioBlitz celebrates the return of vital insects to Santa Cruz River

Researchers are telling Tucson residents to look for dragonflies and damselflies as part of a community science project.

Dr. Jasleen Chhatwal on helping loved ones survive dark times.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Step into a Record Fair at the final HOCO Fest; A look at the living diversity of Navopatia; and Stories That Soar! returns with a tale about a local 5th grader's journey with retinoblastoma.

Art is Rachel Ivanyi's first language.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How do YOU pronounce "Sahuarita"?, and a profile of Brad Lancaster, water harvester.

Conservation groups sound alarm over critical shortage of Mexican gray wolves in Mexico

They call for revision of the Mexican Wolf Recovery Plan.

The musical passion of Kid Congo Powers.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Chris Carlone on his new film exploring Tucson's punk rock past; and how the community of Bisbee is working to support wildlife in cooperation with the Arizona Wildlife Federation.

Leaf cutter bees play key role for Arizona cash crop

The state's alfalfa production depends on pollination by a special species.

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