See our Upcoming Events - Keep updated on Tucson Audubon activities and get involved
- Living With Nature Lecture Series
- Tucson Audubon in the News - Latest articles and TV segments
Education Program Event Brochure - See all of the offerings for 2012
- Conservation News - Action alerts and documents
Fierce, Alive, and In Trouble - Year-end Appeal
Did you know that in Europe the cousin of our American Kestrel was called a Windhover, on account of its habit of hanging in the wind? Have you ever spotted a kestrel on a Christmas Bird Count or Breeding Bird Survey? Your observations have led us to a startling discovery: this remarkable bird of prey has declined by more than 80 percent over the last 40 years.
We can each do something today to make the future better before it's too late. We can build nest boxes. We can stop using rat poison. We can act to slow global warming. We can share our love of birds. And together we can have a big impact on the future, for birds and for our community.
By sending your gift today you will join with Tucson Audubon to build an outstanding urban conservation program and give the American Kestrel a fighting chance.
Arizona Christmas Bird Counts - 2013/2014
The National Audubon Society has conducted Christmas bird counts since 1900. Volunteers from across North America and beyond take to the field during one calendar day between December 14 and January 5 to record every bird species and individual bird encountered within a designated 15-mile diameter circle. These records now comprise an extensive ornithological database that enables monitoring of winter bird populations and the overall health of the environment.
Help Save Paton's Birder Haven!
With the successful fundraising for the purchase of the Paton's Birder Haven in Patagonia, Arizona, now more or less complete, Tucson Audubon is raising funds for some necessary maintenance to the property, to include rewiring, plumbing, and work to the roof when ABC passes ownership to Tucson Audubon in February 2014.
Tucson Audubon's 2012 Annual Report - Giving Birds a Seat at the Table
Learn about the outcomes of our very successful 2012. Lists of donors, volunteers and partners; maps of Arizona Important Bird Areas and Tucson Audubon work areas. Information on:
- Habitat Restoration program
- Important Bird Areas program
- Urban Habitats program
- Education program
- Birders Mean Business activities
- Volunteer stats
- Advocacy partnerships
Tucson Audubon Library Now Searchable Online
Conduct a specific search to find out if we carry books in the subject you are interested in (search by Title, Author, Keyword, Subject, ISBN, Publisher, or Call Number).
The Tucson Audubon Society Library is located at 300 E. University Blvd, #120, Tucson, AZ 85705 (southeast corner of University Blvd and 5th Avenue.)
Library Hours: Monday through Saturday, 10:00am to 4:00 pm.
For any questions regarding the library catalog, call the Nature Shop at (520) 629-0510.