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  • Longtime SIA friends Jonathan & Roseann Hanson have a message for you:Hansons-Rosean“We just set up our own monthly giving donation of $25 and we want to recruit TEN MORE PEOPLE to join us starting this month so we can collectively raise at least $2500 by the end of the year, in honor of SIA’s 25th Anniversary! Because working together is what SIA is all about.

    If you join us in giving $25 a month as a Sky Island sustaining member, we will give you a free copy of our newly updated book, Animal Tracks: Basic Illustrated Guide!” Yes! Count me in!

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Margaret Evans

Margaret Evans

“I recently became a new member of SIA. There is no better way to affirm the beauty of this place, nor feel more at home in the amazing community, both natural and human.”

Recent News

La importancia de la hermandad—¡para nuestros parques!

August 26, 2016

por Mirna Manteca Son finales de febrero, el último día de nuestra reunión de parques hermanos del 2015. Estoy de pie en el borde de uno de los puntos de observación en el parque Coronado National Memorial. El sonido de risa, charlas, y el clic de fotos tomadas a mis espaldas. Mi mirada fija en…
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Documentando Atropello de Animales en México

August 26, 2016

por Mirna Manteca El monitoreo de Atropello de Animales no es divertido. Es desgarrador ver a un coyote juguetón, tejón solitario, o a una majestuosa lechuza sin vida a un lado de la carretera. Mentiría si dijera que nunca he derramado una lágrima al documentar estas observaciones. Por otra parte, cada cadáver que encontramos es…
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Los voluntarios duplican nuestro impacto

August 26, 2016

Este año Sky Island Alliance celebra su 25 aniversario, y mirando hacia atrás en todo lo que hemos logrado es evidente que no estaríamos donde estamos sin nuestros voluntarios. Literalmente cientos de voluntarios acuden cada año para ampliar nuestra capacidad de conservar, proteger y restaurar la biodiversidad de la región de las Islas Serranas. Nuestro…
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Upcoming Events

  1. Planting at Camp Rucker Ponds

    September 9 @ 1:00 pm - September 11 @ 5:00 pm

    We will be installing more native plants as we continue our work at the historic cavalry camp where we have created three ponds that will one day support Chiricahua leopard frogs, as well as the bats, toads, dragonflies, and various native pollinator species that are already calling these ponds home. This is a CAMPING TRIP, we will not be staying at the nearby station.

  2. 25th Anniversary Celebration

    September 15 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    We’re celebrating our 25th Anniversary, and it won’t be a party without you! You’re invited to an evening of food, music, and friends. Hang out with our staff, reminisce, celebrate our current work, and dream with us about the next 25 years! Soak up the soulful tunes of Leila Lopez. Enjoy a reading by Sky…
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  3. Fence Removal at BANWR

    October 14 @ 2:30 pm - October 16 @ 5:00 pm

    Help us remove old barbed-wire fences from with in the boundaries of Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge left over from pre-refuge days. This important work is meant to allow wildlife to more easily traverse the refuge landscape.