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  • A.E. Araiza / Arizona Daily Star

A new bear cub debuted at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum on Monday.

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The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum wins a high ranking from travelers.

Spring is over, but some palo verde trees are blooming into summer.

Sheri Siesennop thinks she might have taken on more than she bargained for when she was named Tucson Originals executive director late last month.

  • By Gerald M. Gay Arizona Daily Star

Charles Phoenix didn’t hit your typical tourist spots, San Xavier, the Desert Museum, Gates Pass, on his last visit to Tucson.

The price to see the 230 species of native mammals, reptiles, amphibians, insects and birds at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is about to go up.

A Tucson resort this week opened two new exhibits aimed at putting some colorful wonders of the Sonoran Desert on display for its guests.

  • David Fitzsimmons The Arizona Daily Star

     The Desert Museum is retiring two arthritic cougars. According to a Desert Museum spokesman,” Madeline Stover was an excellent docent and…

  • A.E. ARAIZA / ARIZONA DAILY STAR 2011

Biosphere 2 is "a center for research, outreach, teaching and lifelong learning about Earth, its living systems and its place in the universe,…

  • BENJIE SANDERS / ARIZONA DAILY STAR 2012

The Pima Air and Space Museum is another attraction featured in the book.

  • A.E. ARAIZA / ARIZONA DAILY STAR 2012

Find a discount to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, too.

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  • Angela Pittenger Arizona Daily Star

Who doesn't love a good buy-one get-one deal?

  • Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

Story on mental illness of great value to many

Summer Saturday Evenings — Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, 2021 N. Kinney Road. “Desert Storms and Music.” Lightning photography. Learn how to t…

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  • Doug Kreutz Arizona Daily Star

Here is one stark sign of the prolonged drought in Southern Arizona: Even some cacti and desert trees are withering from lack of moisture.