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Nov 15 - Nov 19
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Watershed Restoration - Pond Building in the Southern Galiuros - Near the Muleshoe Ranch
Sky Island Alliance is teaming up with private landowners, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and pond builder extrordinaire Tom Biebighauser to create ponds south of the Muleshoe Ranch in the Galiuro Mountains. These ponds will provide habitat for lowland leopard frogs (Lithobates yavapaiensis) and many other native bird, bat, dragonfly and butterfly species. For more info, or to register, follow the web link.
Contact: Carianne Campbell   carianne@skyislandalliance.org   520-624-7080 ext. 14
Read More: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pond-building-in-the-southern-galiuros-tickets-37499916259
Offered by: Sky Island Alliance

Nov 22
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Native Species Restoration - Walnut Check-Up in the Santa Catalinas - Santa Catalina Mountains
Join us as we check in on walnut trees we planted to improve habitat for the Santa Catalina gray squirrel in gorgeous riparian canyons right in our own backyard! Please follow the web link for more info and to register.
Contact: Carianne Campbell   carianne@skyislandalliance.org   520-624-7080 ext. 14
Read More: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/walnut-check-up-in-the-santa-catalinas-tickets-39420749523
Offered by: Sky Island Alliance

Dec 9
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Native Species Restoration - Native Plantings at Southern Galiuro Ponds - Galiuro Mountains
We are heading out to our newly built ponds in the Southern Galiuros to install native plants for the benefit of pollinators and other wildlife. Join us in a beautiful setting for a day of good work for wildlife! Please visit the web link for more info and to register.
Contact: Carianne Campbell   carianne@skyislandalliance.org   520-624-7080 ext. 14
Read More: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/native-plantings-at-southern-galiuro-ponds-tickets-39421737478
Offered by: Sky Island Alliance

Jan 18 - Jan 22
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BANWR Restoration - Fence Removal - Tucson/Arivica
We will return to the spectacular Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge (BANWR) South of Tucson and the comfort of lodge accommodations at Brown Ranch. Surprise!! We will be removing wild-life hostile barbed wire and fence posts on these former rangelands with the assistance of a powered wire spooler. Complete meal service courtesy VOAz and the Friends of BANWR, which will also be recruiting volunteers from the Tucson area.  VIEW DETAILS
Offered by: Volunteers for Outdoor Arizona


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