In the second part of this series, 77-year-old Gilbert Quiroga shares more stories from his youth—and the location of the cave that was once the Patagonia town jail.
Exclaiming “calliope hummingbird!” to groups of birdwatching visitors is just part of the job for Louie Dombroski, the official Resident Birder at the Center since 2020.
Press Release Community invited to participate in Club’s celebratory progressive dinner. PATAGONIA, Ariz. (Sept. 18, 2023) – Mountain Empire Rotary Club (MER) is celebrating six decades of service this month, marking the occasion with a special progressive dinner through Patagonia, the town where it first received its charter in 1963. “Reaching this milestone is certainly […]
Press Release The Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and Foster Care Review Board (FCRB) programs have launched their Fall volunteer recruitment campaigns, “Talk About CASA in Your CASA” and “Get on Board with the FCRB.” The campaign was announced during the Arizona Supreme Court’s Dependent Children’s Services Division biannual volunteer conference, with this year’s theme […]
Press Release The Nogales Santa Cruz County Library system, in collaboration with the Nogales Santa Cruz County Library Board of Trustees and the Friends of the Library (“Library Fans”), will host a county-wide celebration of the first 100 years of the public library system on Thursday, October 5, 2023. All members of the Santa Cruz […]
It’s that season again – when the migrant pollinator bats empty your hummingbird feeders at night. Here’s how you can support them.
How the abandoned Southern Pacific Railroad depot became Patagonia’s Town Hall.
Meet Steve Prager, the new director of Audubon’s 8,000-acre ranch in Elgin.
Scenes from this year’s July 4th parade in Patagonia.
Trails around Patagonia have been given some love recently by several organizations, often aided by local residents.