The Tucson Urban Wildlife Walk is an interpretive website and accompanying pamphlet that teaches the public about the diversity of wildlife that lives within the urban boundaries of the Sonoran Desert. The Wildlife Walk is meant to inspire Tucson Residents to care for and improve wildlife habitat throughout the urban ecosystem. The site contains a map and self-guided tour that the public can use to explore the downtown areas and enrich their knowledge of the many plants and animals that make that area their home. The program and graphics were all created by me as my Master’s Report during my last year of graduate school.
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