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Reward offerred for information on Wounded Coyote

Supporters of the Tucson Wildlife Center are offering a reward for information that leads to the person responsible for shooting a coyote in a residential area near North Tanque Verde Loop Road and East Speedway Boulevard. According to a news release, a concerned resident called the Arizona Game and Fish Department on Tuesday, June 28,…

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Wilbur and Wilma

  Wilbur and Wilma have loved each other their whole lives, 10 years now. Wilbur, a three week old kitten was the lone survivor of a bulldozer that was blading the desert for a new shopping mall. The dozer driver and his young son drove 20 miles to Tucson Wildlife Center where the boy, with…

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