Tucson Audubon promotes the protection and stewardship of southern Arizona’s biological diversity through the study and enjoyment of birds and the places they live.
|LIVING WITH NATURE LECTURES
>>Martha's Flight into the Future: The Story -- and Surprising Lessons -- of the Last Passenger Pigeon with Christopher Cokinos. How can a species go from being the most abundant land bird on the planet to having just one individual left at the Cincinnati Zoo in the course of just over a century? In this talk, naturalist and author Christopher Cokinos will tell the story of the species, and of course, the story of Martha, the world's last passenger pigeon.
In TUCSON | April 14 at 7:00 PM
>>The fun of bird watching (spring migration!) meets support for bird conservation during Birdathon. Choose a day to be your Birdathon, and go out birding with your team. See how many species you can spot in a day. Gather support from friends and family for your Birdathon. Afterwards, we all celebrate and win great prizes!
What will be your Big Day?
>>Posted March 2014.
|PATON'S BIRDER HAVEN SAVED--THANKS!
>>Generous contributions from more than 1000 members of the birding community enabled the purchase of the property by ABC in mid-February. The Paton Center for Hummingbirds is now under the ownership of Tucson Audubon.
|TUCSON BIRD & WILDLIFE FESTIVAL
>>Please join us in celebrating the bounty of southeast Arizona during the rainy season. Enjoy field trips, workshops, nature expo, Sky Islands Birding Cup and much more!
Join us and Festival keynote Steve Howell August 13--17, 2014. REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
|LEARN ABOUT BIRDS AND BIRDING
>>Learn why southeastern Arizona is such a great place for birds and why birdwatching is so much darn fun.