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Calendar Key: Tucson Audubon Events | Birding Field Trips | Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteer Recognition BBQ/Party!
Saturday, January 27 | 11 to 1 at Ft. Lowell Park
Volunteers, please join us at Ft. Lowell Park (Ramada #2) from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. to celebrate and recognize all of our wonderful accomplishments in 2017.
We will BBQ, play yard games, share stories and successes from 2017, give out prizes, and look forward to 2018.
Please RSVP to Luke Safford so that we can plan accordingly for food. I hope you all can make it! Feel free to bring your family as well.
Tucson Meet Your Birds
Saturday, March 3 | 7 AM to noon
Meet your birds at Sweetwater Wetlands, where 309 bird species have been seen! We’ll make it easy for you! Stroll 20 acres of tree-lined paths and ponds with bird experts pointing out the birds for you. Come learn about birds and what Tucson Audubon can do for you and our birds.
FREE! Presented by Tucson Audubon and Tucson Water
- No expertise or binoculars needed, we’ll loan them to you!
- Activities for families and children
- Wheelchair accessible paths
- Fun partner vendors
- Bring a non-birder!
Spring Wing Fling – Membership Gathering
- Guided, morning bird walks—Every hour, on the hour, from 7 to 10 am!
- Coffee and snacks
- Information about this year’s Birdathon
- And more!
Birding Southeast Arizona App
A great interactive companion to our Finding Birds in Southeast Arizona, the new Birding Southeast Arizona app is now available for Apple iOS devices (iPhone, iPad), and an Android version is coming soon! A collaboration between Tucson Audubon and the Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory, the app covers over 130 birding sites in six subregions in and around Tucson, all vetted by local experts.
- Use GPS to find birding “sites near me”
- View details and a list of common species for each site
- Get turn-by-turn directions and find nearby amenities
- Search all sites for a “target bird,” and find the nearest location
- Access Audubon’s online bird guide for quick reference in the field
- Plan your next trip by searching for sites near a city or ZIP code
- Tag your favorite spots and share with your friends
- Track and log your sightings and share custom sighting maps with your friends via Facebook
The app is listed in the App Store as “Birding SEAZ” and costs $9.99 Proceeds benefit the education, research, and conservation programs of the Tucson Audubon Society and the Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory.
Tucson Audubon’s 2016 Annual Report
Learn about the outcomes of our very successful 2016. Information and updates on all of our conservation, advocacy, recreation and engagement activities.