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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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Win a FREE pair of Swarovski binoculars!

Win a FREE pair of Swarovski binoculars!

Enter our membership raffle to win

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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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Birdathon 2016 April 8 thru May 8

Birdathon 2016 April 8 thru May 8

A southeast Arizona tradition since 1987!

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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.

BIRDATHON 2016

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 >>Birding for the Birds is finished. BUT we are still taking donations for your favorite teams. See you at the wrap up party on May 19!

Birdathon details

SOUTHEAST ARIZONA BIRDING FESTIVAL

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>>Registration is open now and trips and workshops are filling fast. Jeff Gordon of ABA and Sheri Williamson of SABO are our featured presenters this year.

Experience southeast Arizona birding at its best

LIVING WITH NATURE PROGRAMS

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 >>Birds and Climate Change with Tice Supplee, Audubon Arizona Director of Bird Conservation. According to National Audubon’s seven year study, climate change is becoming the number one threat to North American birds. Learn where potential habitat “strongholds” for birds are located in Arizona and how you can join in local actions to make a difference for birds and for us.

Saturday, May 28 | 12 pm In ORO VALLEY

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PATON CENTER FOR HUMMINGBIRDS

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 >>7 Saturdays Program: Season is over! Thanks to all guides, presenters and participants for a great season!

Web cams: Watch the suet feeder or Violet-crowned Hummingbirds at home when you can't make it to the Paton Center!

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EMPLOYMENT AT TUCSON AUDUBON

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>>NEW employment opportunities posted. We are looking to fill important positions. Check them out now!

See the current openings

LEARN ABOUT BIRDS AND BIRDING

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>>Whether you are new to birding or an experienced birder, we have resources for you!

TUCSON AUDUBON LIBRARY

>>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

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TUCSON BIRDING TRAIL MAP

>>Where to bird in and around Tucson? Tucson Audubon and Tucson Parks and Rec have mapped 45 of the best sites. The printed version is NOW available in our Shops! Check out the online version below.

Explore Tucson birding sites now


 

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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!