Field Notes

Living Well and Coexisting with Urban Wildlife

November 4, 2021

This webinar aired on NOVEMBER 04, 2021. Did you know that humans can coexist (and live happily) with the wildlife of the Sky Island region, including coyotes, javelina, and bobcats? For…
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Sky Island FotoFauna: First Year Results from a Growing Wildlife Monitoring Network

October 21, 2021

This webinar aired on October 21, 2021. Come celebrate one year of Sky Island FotoFauna with us! Since launching the project in 2020, hundreds of camera locations from across the…
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Getting Started With Sky Island FotoFauna

October 14, 2021

 This webinar aired on Oct. 14, 2021. Hablas español? Mira este webinar aquí: Introducción a FotoFauna In this webinar, Wildlife Specialist Meagan Bethel will walk you through how to…
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Stories of Water, Mountains, and a Jaguar in The Borderlands

October 7, 2021

THIS WEBINAR AIRED ON OCTOBER 07, 2021. Watch this coffee break recording to learn about the ongoing research being done on wildlife (including the jaguar) in Sonora, Mexico! In March…
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Watershed Management Group—How Local Communities Restore and Track Tucson’s Flowing Rivers

September 16, 2021

Watch this coffee break recording to learn about two local water conservation projects hosted by our friends at the Watershed Management Group (WMG)! During the event, Lauren Monheim, Program Manager…
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Introducción a Spring Seeker en Español

September 9, 2021

Prefer to watch in English? Check out our English Introduction to Spring Seeker webinar. ¡Únase a nosotros para un Coffee Break de Sky Island en español sobre nuestro proyecto Spring…
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Seeking Springs in the Perimeter of the Bighorn Fire

August 26, 2021

 This webinar aired on AUGUST 26, 2021. Calling all hikers and volunteers: join us to learn how to collect data on springs and other water sources in the Sky…
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Exploring Monsoon Season and Current Weather Conditions with CLIMAS

July 29, 2021

this webinar aired on july 29, 2021. How much do you know about the summer rains we get in the Southwest U.S.? If you have questions about how monsoons work,…
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Bobcats in Tucson: A Study of Cats Living in and around the Tucson Mountains

June 24, 2021

 Did you know there are bobcats in Tucson? There are—and our host, wildlife biologist Cheryl Mollohan with the organization Bobcats in Tucson, is here to tell you all about…
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Conservation in Review: What We’re Working on in Sonora, Mexico

June 17, 2021

More than half of the Sky Islands are found in Mexico. It is a vast region of peaks, ridges, valleys, and canyons where tropical species such as coati, javelina, ocelot,…
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