Classes and Workshops
Register online for any of these workshops by clicking the links below. Please contact Jan Holder by email or phone at 520-629-0510 x7018 if you have any questions.
Birding by Habitat
Southeastern Arizona offers such excellent birding opportunities in part because of its variety of habitats. Experience the fun of birding in three different natural environments, Sonoran desert, riparian, and sky island. Maximum 12 people.
Taught by Lynn Hassler, long-time birder, educator, and noted author.
- April 8 – Catalina State Park, 7–11:00 a.m.
- April 15 – San Pedro River, 7 a.m.–3 p.m.
- April 22 – Mt. Lemmon, 7 a.m.–3 p.m.
Cost: $175 for members, $210 for non-members
Birding by Ear
Learn to use your ears as much as (if not more than) your eyes while birding your favorite destinations. This class will delve into the world of bird vocalizations and give you a framework for learning the voices of our master singers. The evening classroom session will introduce you to sonograms and vocalization types, as well as work on comparisons between similar sounding Arizona species. The field trip will give students a chance to use these skills in the field. Vocalizations will be recorded and brought back to the classroom to analyze.
Taught by Homer Hansen
Classroom session: Thursday, April 13, 2017; 5:30pm – 8:30pm
Location: Tucson Audubon Main Office University and 5th Ave, Tucson
Field trip: Saturday, April 15, 2017; 7am – 5pm; Location: TBA
Cost: $145 non-member, $110 member
In this series of workshops, you will explore a variety of topics related to birding such as land ethic, nature journaling, important bird habitat, landscaping for sustainability, and the biodiversity of our unique region to name a few. You will also learn how to support bird populations in our urban environment, while making lifestyle improvements for you and your family.
No current classes.
Riparian Family Institute
Hosted in cooperation with The Nature Conservancy, Tucson Audubon is offering a weekend outdoor program for the entire family! The program focuses on kid-friendly exploration of the rich plant and animal life found along the beautiful San Pedro River. Activities include river walking, birding (including looking for owls at dusk), black lighting for insects, live mammal trapping, and a campfire!