Study could alter annexation plans - Tucson Local Media: Pima Pinal

Study could alter annexation plans

Posted: Tuesday, July 8, 2008 11:00 pm

Explorer file photo, A report, written on commission for the Arizona Department of Game and Fish by Northern Arizona University Professor Paul Beier, maps the dwindling pathways for animals traversing between the Tucson, Tortolita and Santa Catalina mountain ranges. Many animals use washes (like the Cañada del Oro through Oro Valley) as pathways between the ranges.

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