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Re: the June 21 article "Authorities urge caution after heat related deaths."

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Sollers Cabin sits in a clearing among pines and Douglas firs.

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Forests in the Catalina Mountains offer a respite from desert heat.

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A wayward ewe made an exploratory visit to a foothills neighborhood.

Mountain wildflowers are showing early-season color along the Green Mountain Trail.

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A hiker happens across wandering bighorn — and captures some close-range photos.

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Deaths of sheep, big cats continues.

Douglas fir could have been growing well before United States became a nation.

State wage hikes, cutting school assistants' hours, mountain lion kills.

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Five mountain lions have been killed for preying on sheep north of Tucson since the 2013.

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A bighorn sheep turned up recently near Continental Ranch northwest of Tucson.

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The wind has resulted in a blowing dust advisory in portions of Cochise County.

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Carcasses of ewe, lamb showed signs that lion had fed on them.

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Estimated age of slain cat was 9 to 12 months.

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Keep domestic sheep and goats out of bighorn sheep habitat, officials warn.

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Spring brings blooms to the desert, while snow patches linger in mountains.

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First confirmed observation of mountain sheep in the park since the 1950s.

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Water has returned to the long-dry spring at Agua Caliente Park.

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Wildflowers in hues of pink, orange, yellow and blue grace Tucson canyons.