Getting Started with FotoFauna

March 12, 2021

This webinar aired on March 12, 2021. Watch a newer version of this webinar here. Bring bring your curiosity and get ready to share your love of wildlife species in…
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Painting Sky Island Landscapes with Jorge Obregón

February 25, 2021

Tune in for an interview with Mexican artist Jorge Obregón about his landscapes of sky island mountain ranges in central Mexico and other regions of the world! During this discussion,…
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Exploring High Elevation Springs at Saguaro National Park

February 11, 2021

The Rincon Mountains are amazing—so close to Tucson and yet part of a roadless wilderness that still holds many mysteries. Hosted by Don Swann and Dan Beckman from Saguaro National…
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Introduction to the Aravaipa Canyon & Invasive Vinca

January 28, 2021

Join us to learn about The Nature Conservancy’s Aravaipa Canyon Preserve and the work Sky Island Alliance is doing there on invasive periwinkle (Vinca major). First, TNC Preserve Steward Aaron…
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Sky Island Situation Room—Stopping the Runaway Wall

January 21, 2021

In January 2021, when our attention should be focused on healing from border damage inflicted during the last four years, we find ourselves instead having to double our research and…
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Celebrating Three Decades of Sky Island Conservation

January 14, 2021

The new year marks a huge milestone for Sky Island Alliance—2021 is the organization’s 30th anniversary! Join SIA Executive Director Louise Misztal for the first coffee break of 2021 and…
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Best FotoFauna Photographs of 2020

December 17, 2020

Join us to see the many candid and beautiful wildlife photos contributed to Sky Island FotoFauna in 2020 by volunteers and partners across the region. During this virtual Coffee Break…
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Border Wildlife Study: 6 Month Update

December 10, 2020

Join us to learn the latest results from our Border Wildlife Study. With 100 species detected since March, don’t miss seeing photographs of the new species we’ve seen including porcupine…
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Binational Conservation in the Upper San Pedro River Watershed

November 16, 2020

Join this Coffee Break to hear from Profauna’s Mario Cirett and Antonio Esquer about binational collaborations investing in conservation and restoration of the Sonoran Sky Island since the early 2000s….
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My Wanderings in the Sonoran Sky Islands—Conservation Stories with Mario Cirett

October 29, 2020

A natural-born naturalist who began camping solo at the age of 10, Mario Cirett has been working to protect the Sky Islands in Sonora for nearly 3 decades. He has…
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