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written by Sarah Klingenstein PRT editorial team, reprinted by permission of Borderlands Restoration Team Mayor Andrea Wood signed a new conservation easement on May 2 at the Patagonia Town Hall. The town, in cooperation with Borderlands Res­toration Network (BRN), will […]

Preserving the Great Outdoors



Southern Pacific caboose

According to local legend, this particular Southern Pacific bay window model 1848 caboose once ran the tracks through Patagonia in the 1960s. Even if that’s not literally true, what we do know for a fact is that some incredibly generous […]

A Southern Pacific Caboose has come home!



Wines of the Wild

Reprinted from “Animal Attraction: Vineyard bottles Wine of the Wild to benefit Reid Park Zoo” written by Matt Russell for the Tucson Weekly. Have you heard the one about the African elephant, squirrel monkey, giraffe, flamingo, white rhino, and anteater […]

Kudos to Rancho Rossa Vineyards


After a year of waiting and hoping we are thrilled to announce that the Benderly – Kendall Opera House will be opening its doors this fall. Stay tuned! More information to follow soon. 

The Gates Are Opening Soon



Written by Louie Dombroski, Tucson Audubon’s Paton Center for Hummingbirds Birder-in-Residence. Migration has subsided at the Paton Center for Hummingbirds, and now baby birds of resident species such as Abert’s Towhees and Song Sparrows have left their nests and are […]

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