Our favorite birder, Lynn Hassler, takes us out for a day of birding some of the richest of the state’s remaining streamside habitat in all of southeastern Arizona. The Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Preserve, owned and operated by The Nature Conservancy, is renowned for its amazing biological diversity. We’ll ramble among Fremont cottonwoods and Goodding willows in search of birds such as Gray Hawk, Cassin’s Kingbird, Summer Tanager, Lazuli Bunting, Vermilion Flycatcher and Bell’s Vireo. Before we call it a day, there’s time for a stop at Tucson Audubon’s Paton Center for Hummingbirds where the dancing jewels abound and at Lake Patagonia to check for water birds. Cost includes transportation, guide services and a picnic lunch.
Birding Patagonia and Sonoita Creek | SOLD OUT | call 742-6455 x 228 to be wait listed
April 18 @ 7:00 am - 5:00 pm| $99.00 – $120.00
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