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By: Holly Hicks, AZ Game and Fish and Liberty Wildlife Daily Care Volunteer

On July 8th, I was out with three other biologists from Arizona Game and Fish working in the Atascosa Mountain region, west of Nogales. This is a unique area because of the interface that occurs with Mexico. You can find a lot of diverse mammals, birds, and reptiles in this region, including coatis, elegant trogons, and Mexican vine snakes. In the past few years, the whistling call of the grey hawk has become more common, and on this particular trip, we encountered two nests.

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By: Greg Martin, Medical Services Volunteer

A few years ago, three Liberty Wildlife volunteers went to the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge, near Ajo, Arizona, to assist state and federal biologists with a raptor-related crisis. Cabeza Prieta is home to the highly endangered Sonoran pronghorn, and, as surprising as it sounds, these mammals had found themselves at the mercy of a family of very aggressive Harris' Hawks.

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By: Terry Stevens, Liberty Wildlife Operations Director

Since we visited the Eye Care for Animals clinic in Scottsdale last week, I thought eyes might be a good topic for Nature News. The problem is, trying to limit an article about raptor eye adaptations to 300 words is almost impossible! That being the case, I will only try to address one small part of the avian eye and save the rest for other articles at a later date.

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By: Claudia Kirscher, Liberty Wildlife Volunteer

In your quest to reduce, reuse, and recycle, do your research and buy products made from the highest recycled content whenever possible and from businesses that are actively working toward helping our environment and reducing their carbon footprint. Here are some places for you to explore... Click here to read more.

Liberty Wildlife is able to do the job that we do with donations from the public and from three fundraising events throughout the year. On September 24th, the fifth annual golf tournament will be held at the Stonecreek Golf Club. Follow the link for more information on how you can help support the mission of Liberty Wildlife.

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