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Paton's Birder Haven saved with your help!

Paton's Birder Haven saved with your help!

The property is purchased and will continue to provide world class birding opportunities.

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Tucson Audubon's 2013 Annual Report

Tucson Audubon's 2013 Annual Report

We are proud to be your partner in keeping our special places special for birds.

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Weekly bird walks!

Weekly bird walks!

Beginning birders welcome at Sweetwater Wetlands, Mason Center & Agua Caliente Park every week.

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Tucson Audubon promotes the protection and stewardship of southeast Arizona’s biological diversity through the study and enjoyment of birds and the places they live.

CONSERVATION ACTION ALERTS

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>>Learn about some of the important issues affecting our region and take action. Did you know mining proposals in the Patagonia Mountains threaten this Important Bird Area? Image by G.E. Goodwin.

Go to the Alerts page

OUR SUMMER APPEAL

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That's all it takes to refuel a migrating
Wilson's Warbler!

Please make a gift today to create
urban oases for birds

CREATE BIRD HABITAT AT HOME

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>>Learn how to make your yard more wildlife-friendly and attract the birds you want! Upgrade your landscaping, put up a nest box, make your home more sustainable and more.

Learn more and sign up for Gardening to Attract Birds.

PATON'S BIRDER HAVEN SAVED--THANKS!

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 >>Generous contributions from more than 1000 members of the birding community enabled the purchase of the property by ABC in mid-February. The Paton Center for Hummingbirds is now under the ownership of Tucson Audubon. 

Learn more or make a contribution

TUCSON AUDUBON LIBRARY

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 >>Stop by our library to peruse our selection of over 1200 titles and check out a book on site. Our catalog can also be accessed online, so you can locate a book then come to our Nature Shop and check it out!

Learn more

Search the catalog now

LEARN ABOUT BIRDS AND BIRDING

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>>Learn why southeastern Arizona is such a great place for birds and why birdwatching is so much darn fun. Whether you are new to birding or an experienced birder, we have a class designed for you this year!

 

Important Phone Numbers

General Info: 520 629-0510
University Nature Shop: 520 629-0510 x1
Rare Bird Alert: 520 629-0510 x3
Education: 520 629-0510 x7012
Membership: 520 629-0510 x7002
Agua Caliente Nature Shop: 760-7881
Executive Director: 520 629-0510 x7001
FAX: 520 623-3476

Sick or injured birds, please call:
Tucson Wildlife Center at 520-903-1104

Additional numbers

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A must-have for any SEAZ birding trip!

Learn more or buy one today!