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Apr 26, 2017
National Parks Store: Tucson Poetry Society

Delight in the wonder of words as the Tucson Poetry Society members share their poetry, including poems about nature’s wonders. Please join us in celebrating National Poetry Month with two retired national park staff and the Tucson Poetry Society.

Apr 29, 2017
National Parks Store: Henry Ossian Flipper: West Point’s First Black Graduate

Join long-time resident of Arizona, historian, and author Jane Eppinga as she tells the story of Henry Ossian Flipper, West Point’s first black graduate.

May 03, 2017
National Parks Store: Crossing Through Your Neighborhood: The Wildlife of the Oracle Road Wildlife Crossings

Learn all about the Oracle Road wildlife crossing—the first wildlife bridge in the Sonoran Desert—in this presentation by Jessica Moreno, Sarah Whelan, and Kathie Schroeder of the Coalition for Sonoran Desert Protection, with special guest Sueño the Harris hawk.

May 06, 2017
National Parks Store: Herps, Perps, and Twerps: 40+ Years of Slitherin’

WNPA invites you to attend this enlightening and entertaining presentation by Dr. Cecil Schwalbe, the first state herpetologist for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, about the natural history and black market trade of amphibians and reptiles.

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May 20, 2017
National Parks Store: Audubon Lecture Series: Protecting Raptors from Electrocution

Join Larry Weigel and Jim Bennett of TEP and Starlight Noel-Armenta of the University of Arizona in this lecture about raptor safety. Learn more about how TEP and the U of A are partnering to protect raptors from electrocution.

May 27, 2017
National Parks Store: Out to the Channel Islands: The Influence of Indian Leader TIQ SLO’W

Join author Mary Louise Contini Gordon for a presentation on the fascinating life of TIQ SLO’W, an American Indian who has shaped the Southern California landscape and changed the mindset of its peoples through his decades of work.

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