Tucson Audubon Nature Shops
Tucson Audubon Society runs two Nature Shops, as well as an Online Shop. These specialty stores offer books, optics, and other natural history items. Proceeds benefit Tucson Audubon programs. Nature Shop staff and volunteers provide a wealth of information to many visitors and callers every day. See you soon!
Nature Shop on University Boulevard
Learn about the Shop’s wildlife-friendly yard!
Monday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Tucson Audubon Library is housed in the Shop on University Blvd.
BINOCULARS AND SCOPES – Our University Blvd. Nature Shop carries a great line of binoculars and scopes, all with NO TAX ADDED! See below for the brands we carry and come into the Shop and try them out!
Nature Shop at Agua Caliente Park
Roy P. Drachman Agua Caliente Park
12325 E. Roger Road
Nature Shop space generously provided by Pima County Natural Resources, Parks & Recreation
Park general information
November – April: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday: 10am – 2:30pm (Thursday: open at 9:00 for bird walk)
May–September: Thursdays only – 9am- 1:30pm
October: Thursday, Friday and Saturday: 9am–1:30pm
Due to seasonal slow down during summer the shop is only open one day/week on Wake up with the Birds bird walk Thursdays.
Online Nature Shop
We currently have a small online selection of our most popular items. Check back to see our expanded offerings!
*Please note, all international orders need to select the international shipping option.
- 8oz. Best-1 Hummingbird Feeder
- HummerPlus Brush bottle cleaner
- Trap-It Ant Mote
- Small brush port cleaner and nectar recipe
- Super Shaker nectar maker
- 6″ S hook
- Hummingbirds: Backyard Bird Series book by Stan Tekiela
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Finding Birds in Southeast Arizona, Revised 8th Edition, 2015
Tucson Audubon’s updated edition brings together all the latest information on finding birds in southeast Arizona. This is your best source of detailed information that will help in planning bird watching adventures throughout southeast Arizona. New for the Revised Eighth Edition:
- New birding sites across Southeast Arizona
- New maps and updated older maps
- Updated contact information and web addresses
- Updated information on existing site locations
- Updated information on entering Mexico
- Updated IBA (Important Bird Areas) information, including sites
- Updated bar graphs and species accounts for all species