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by Mary Chind/Tucson Citizen

In an effort to protect the pygmy owl, Tucson's Dove Mountain development, shown here during construction in 1999, was scaled back to 6,500 homes from the 9,000 originally planned. The developer and the town of Marana also created a 2,400-acre preserve for the owl

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