Tucson Audubon Society

 
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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.

Villages at Vigneto Update: Over 1500 letters sent to decision makers by concerned community stakeholders calling for sound science to determine impacts to the San Pedro River & threatened species like the Yellow-billed Cuckoo

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Join the Growing Chorus!
See Tucson Audubon’s Conservation Action Alert and craft your own letter! See Online Alerts from the Western Rivers Action Network and the Sierra Club’s Grand Canyon Chapter.
Learn More:
Recent News Articles About the Villages at Vigneto

Support Tucson Audubon's Work to Save Habitat for Birds - DONATE NOW

SURVEY FOR YELLOW-BILLED CUCKOOS!

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>>Volunteers needed! Contribute to real conservation outcomes for this threatened species.

Contact Jennie MacFarland for info. 209-1804

TUCSON BIRD & WILDLIFE FESTIVAL

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>>Experience southeast Arizona birding at its best! Register now for workshops and evening programs.

Get the details

FREE BIRDING FIELD TRIPS

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>>Bird with experts all over SE Arizona!

See the current offerings

PATON CENTER FOR HUMMINGBIRDS

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 >>The Paton Center for Hummingbirds is now under the ownership of Tucson Audubon. Continuing improvements make this a hot spot for birds and people in Patagonia.

Find out what's happening now

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

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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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