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Tucson Meet Your Birds at Sweetwater

Tucson Meet Your Birds at Sweetwater

Let us show you the birds! Binoculars not needed, fun for the whole family!

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End of Year Appeal

End of Year Appeal

Support our work to protect birds and their habitat across Southeast Arizona.

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Tucson Audubon's 2015 Annual Report

Tucson Audubon's 2015 Annual Report

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

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Paton Center Web Cams Online!

Paton Center Web Cams Online!

Hummers hum and suet will be eaten. Check them out now!

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Revised Finding Birds Out Now!

Revised Finding Birds Out Now!

Pick up your copy today or buy online

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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 inspires people to enjoy and protect birds through recreation, education, conservation, and restoration of the environment upon which we all depend.

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LIVING WITH NATURE PROGRAMS

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>>Where does your water come from? with Kristine Uhlman. Groundwater is the source of water supply in the Tucson basin, this presentation is an introduction to understanding where your water comes from. Research from the University of Arizona and the US Geological Survey is compiled into graphics that depict the hydrologic cycle, from groundwater recharge to well water extraction.

In ORO VALLEY- Sat. Jan. 21 | 12 PM
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ECO-BREAKS SPRING BREAK CAMP

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>>For children ages 8-12, this March. Fun activities including live hawks and owls, naturalist-led discovery hikes, bird watching, survival skills, ethnobotany, art and music will teach kids about the connection between water and nature.

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PATON CENTER FOR HUMMINGBIRDS

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>>NOTE: The Paton Center is still OPEN while the backyard feeding station is closed for improvements. The project period will last through the cold season and the goal is to reopen the backyard in March 2017. When completed, the backyard will feature a permeable and ADA-compliant path leading to a new, permanent pavilion.

Learn more about the Paton Center

ENHANCE YOUR BIRDING SKILLS!

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>>Whether you are a new or experienced birder, we have a class for you. Spring classes start in January: Ornithology 101 and 102; Backyard Birding and Beyond; Birding By Habitat.

Learn more about our classes and register today

HOW IS YOUR HABITAT AT HOME?

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>>Enhance your landscaping for the benefit of birds! Work with Tucson Audubon and have your yard recognized in our new program.

Check out the NEW video of the first yard recognized as "Habitat at Home."

Join the program today
 

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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 520-290-9453

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AGUA CALIENTE PARK

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A must-have for any SEAZ birding trip!

Revised 8th Edition out now!