Addendum to Finding Birds in SE Arizona Revised 8th Edition (2015)
On this page we do not list all information about all birding sites in southeast Arizona. Instead, we list sites for which there have been changes since the 2015 publication of the Revised 8th edition of Tucson Audubon’s Finding Birds in Southeast Arizona. For complete birding information on southeast Arizona, consult that book (available online from the Tucson Audubon Nature Shop). Check this page often for any changes that may have occurred since that publication date.
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If you know of changed circumstances at an area covered in the 9th edition or know of a good birding area within the geographic area of coverage that is not in the book, please email the information to email@example.com .
Lisa Frank Burrowing Owl Site – Pg 37 (April 2017)
The burrow has been filled in and the owls relocated to another location.
WOW Arizona B&B – Pg 64 (May 2016)
WOW’s phone number is listed incorrectly. It should be 520-907-8735.
San Pedro House RNCA – Pg 158 (April 2017)
Escapule Wash: It has been reported that after a dozen meters or so, the path is blocked by thorny twigs that were clearly piled up to keep people out.
Fort Huachuca – Pg 161 (August 2015)
Beginning 3 August 2015, visitors, contractors and vendors 18 years and older, entering Fort Huachuca, who do not have a DoD identification card, will be subject to a background check before being allowed entry to the installation. Those who present a common access card (CAC card), Military ID, Military Dependent ID, Gold Star ID, or other valid DoD credential won’t be affected. This is to ensure that Fort Huachuca is in compliance with Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12, which requires that 100 percent of visitors be vetted prior to entering the installation. While this is a DoD-wide initiative, we are doing all we can to streamline the process for accessing Fort Huachuca yet ensure the safety and security of the installation.
Real ID info: Ft.Huachuca DOES NOT accept all US driver’s licenses for entry into the fort.
There are five states thatdo not meet the federal standards for a “REAL ID:: New Mexico, Minnesota,Illinois, Missouri, and Washington. If you plan on going to Ft.Huachuca to bird, and you are from a non-compliant state, you will need an additional form of acceptable ID such as a Passport.
IMPORTANT: Ft. Huachuca has posted information on new access requirements on its official webpage at www.huachuca.army.mil – look for the “Gate Information” tab on the left side of the homepage. Read the information at the “Visitors Access” button. If you click the “Installation Access Forms” button, you can see the information you’ll have to provide to get access. http://www.huachuca.army.mil/pages/des/visitoraccess.html
Annotated Online Maps
All annotated maps created by Andrew Core and used with permission.
Page 194: Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Preserve. Annotated map: http://goo.gl/maps/0pXsd.
Page 196: Patagonia Lake State Park. Annotated map: http://goo.gl/GgNvs).
Page 205: Madera Canyon. Annotated Map: http://goo.gl/dXBYP.
Page 212: Chino Canyon. Map: http://goo.gl/maps/oTBK .
Page 214 – Montosa Canyon. Annotated map: http://goo.gl/8L8tv.
Page 217: Tubac Bridge update. Andrew Core’s Tubac area annotated map is very useful to orient yourself: http://goo.gl/maps/yDqi0.
Page 228: Pena Blanca Lake. Annotated map: http://goo.gl/zBbzl.