To preserve and provide for the scenic quality of the area and to establish and maintain the park and open space areas.
To protect the natural habitat in order to preserve the biological diversity of the area.
To do all things necessary and desirable to protect the health and well being of our members and the native flora and fauna.
TMA Annual Meeting and Potluck
Oct. 7, 2018
3057 N Gaia Place
4:30 PM Registration and tour
5:00 PM Potluck & Meeting
Music by Robyn Landis and Li Schmidt
Please bring a side dish or dessert
2 years for $55. Pay by check only. Expires 10/7/18. For new and current members. Go to the current newsletter (click here) and scroll to the last page to vote and fill out the membership form.
There's been an increase in deer and javalina fatalities in the Tucson Mountains. Please, be extra alert while driving. Should you be involved in an animal accident:
1. Pull off the road and make sure you are okay.
2. Do not try to touch the animal.
3. Call 911 to report the incident. To leave the scene of the accident is considered a hit and run.
A film by TMA member Thomas Wiewandt. Click here to order your copies and earn a donation for TMA.