Living with Urban Wildlife

Education trailerWildlife interactions are a part of everyday life in urban and rural community of the desert southwest. Coyotes, bobcats, and javelina are common visitors to neighborhoods in the Tucson area along with a rich assortment of songbirds, raptors, rabbits, squirrels and reptiles. Pima County works in partnership with the Arizona Game and Fish Department to deliver informative presentations and interactive exhibits that offer practical tips for coexisting with wildlife in the urban setting.

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The Living with Urban Wildlife mobile exhibit offers interactive exhibits and face-to-face interactions to engage all ages. Friendly and knowledgeable educators demonstrate methods to exclude wildlife from your home; offer pet safety tips, and ways to protect your landscape from foraging wildlife. Get hands-on with animal hides, tracks and skull replicas to better understand the habits of your wild neighbors.

lectureFor smaller gatherings and indoor venues we offer a selection of programs on the theme of Living with Urban Wildlife. Follow this link for a complete listing of Adult Group Programs. For information and scheduling call (520) 724-5375 or email Environmental Education

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3500 W. River Road
Tucson, AZ 85741

(520) 724-5000

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