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Living With Nature Monthly Program


Tucson Audubon's Living With Nature Monthly Programs entertain, inform, and educate. Expert guest speakers give timely presentations on birds, birding, and habitat conservation and other environmental issues that affect the health of birds. These free educational programs are open to the public, all are welcome! No reservation is necessary in Tucson and Green Valley. You must RSVP for the Oro Valley talk at 520-622-6014.

 

TUCSON - October through May (none in February), usually the second Monday of the month, 6:00-6:30pm- social time, 6:30-7:30pm-program.
Tucson lectures are held at the Pima Community College Downtown Campus in the Amethyst Room.

RoadrunnerMarch 21--Monday 6:00 PM
Roadrunner Family
With Doris Evans

Roadrunners are one of the icons of the Sonoran Desert. Through photographs and video we watch a pair of Greater Roadrunners raise a family.

DIRECTIONS AND FULL SEASON SCHEDULE

 

GREEN VALLEY - November through April, first Saturday of the month, 10:00 am--11:00 am
In Green Valley, the lectures are held at Green Valley Recreation's Desert Hills Social Center, 2980 Camino del Sol.

YBCU1_Steve_BaranoffFeb. 6--Saturday 10:00 AM
Calling All Cuckoos!
With Jennie MacFarland

Learn about the surprising results of the recent Yellow-billed Cuckoo surveys recently conducted by Tucson Audubon.

 

ORO VALLEY - Jan. 23, March 19, May 21 12:00 - 1:00pm
In Oro Valley, the lectures are held at WNPA Western National Parks Association 12880 N Vistoso Village Dr, Oro Valley, AZ 85755.
Please RSVP to 520.622.6014 as space is limited.

March 19--Saturday 12:00 PMNorthern_Cardinal_Blenman_Elm_01_crop_Kendall_Kroesen_2
Go Native!
With Kendall Kroesen

In 2016 National Audubon will roll out a Native Plant Initiative to encourage people to landscape with native plants. Tucson Audubon will match this national Audubon campaign with a local effort to “nativize” our landscapes and gardens through education and by recognizing homeowners’ achievements in creating backyard habitat. Come find out why native plants are so important and how you can participate.