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Feds confirm gray wolf is roaming north of Grand Canyon

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials announced Friday that they’ve got the straight poop on an animal seen near the Grand Canyon, confirming that a gray wolf from the Northern Rockies is making a home near the North Rim. While biologists were unable to capture the wolf for testing, DNA analysis of the wolf’s scat showed that she is a member of the endangered species.... Read more»3

Feds OK capturing, testing possible endangered wolf near Grand Canyon

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service issued an emergency permit Thursday allowing researchers to capture and conduct DNA testing on a creature seen near the Grand Canyon that resembles a gray wolf.... Read more»

Feds eye 6k acres as jumping mouse critical habitat

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wants to list the New Mexico meadow jumping mouse as an endangered species and to set aside more than 6,000 acres in eastern Arizona as critical habitat for the animals.... Read more»

Clean Air Act analysis

EPA enforcement often brings more hot air than heat

Although eight Arizona sites are on a secret federal “watch list” of polluters who have not been subject to timely formal enforcement, the extent of air pollution in the state is clouded by poor record-keeping and bureaucratic miscommunication, a TucsonSentinel.com investigation shows.... Read more»

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Enviro group sues EPA to list Tucson among air quality danger zones

Dust is not as harmless as it seems. The EPA lists a host of health problems it can cause, including premature death. WildEarth Guardians wants the EPA to do something about the quality of Tucson’s air.... Read more»

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