About Tony Davis
DAVIS, TONY is an environmental reporter for the Arizona Daily Star. He has been writing about environmental issues and problems in the Southwest for 25 years. He contributes regularly on a freelance basis to the High Country News, a biweekly newspaper based in Paonia, CO that covers environmental issues. His first taste of environmental reporting was a piece on the Sagebrush Rebellion, an ultimately unsuccessful effort by Western states back in the early 1980s to gain control over Bureau of Land Management land. While working for the Albuquerque Tribune, he won a Meeman award from the Scripps Howard Foundation in 1996 for an eight-page supplement about ranching wars in Catron County, NM. He has worked on three online video productions for the Star, including one using Google Earth technology to track the movements of a mountain lion in the surrounding mountains.
- Was accepted for May 20-25 2007 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by Tony Davis (includes contributory writing):
- The Perfect Fire
- At 3:41 a.m. on April 29, 2007, a tanker truck carrying 8,600 gallons of gas hit a guardrail on the Interstate 880 connector in Oakland, Calif., and overturned. A giant ...