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  • GrayFox_TCookCoyotes, bobcats, foxes, mountain lions and other native carnivores need your voice before January 23rd, when the Tucson Mule Deer Foundation plans to host their “Varmint Roundup” contest. Please join Sky Island Alliance and sign your name in protest – it is time to stop wildlife killing contests in Arizona.

Sky Island Heroes

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

Tortoise Interrupts Construction Workers to use New Wildlife Underpass

October 15, 2015

This tortoise is the first animal to use the Oracle Road wildlife crossing – and they haven’t even finished building it yet.

Unique Partnership Leads to Buffer Wildlife Overpass Project on Church Property

October 9, 2015

On Friday October 15th through Sunday October 17th, volunteers from the Coalition for Sonoran Desert Protection, Sky Island Alliance, Tucson Audubon Society, and the Santa Catalina Catholic Church will work together to install irrigation and plant native plants near the new wildlife overpass in Oro Valley.

Our Move

October 5, 2015

Moving is bittersweet. There will be familiar handwriting on post-its of the past that catch our sight as we box up, and memories triggered as we pull things off of walls.

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Upcoming Events

  1. Bear Canyon Riparian Restoration

    February 13 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

    We continue our work to improve habitat in Bear Canyon by removing invasive species and installing native plants that are beneficial to the local community of flora and fauna.

  2. Madera Canyon Vinca Removal

    February 20 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

    Our work in Madera Canyon continues as we create space for native species by removing invasive vinca. Join us in this world renowned birding hotspot, and remember to bring your binoculars!

  3. TimBuckTwo Pond Restoration – Monday

    February 22 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Help us to re-create habitat for Gila topminnows as well as a diversity of native bird, bat, and invertebrate species.