Tucson Audubon's Living With Nature Monthly Programs entertain, inform, and educate. Expert guest speakers give timely presentations on birds, birding, and habitat conservation and other environmental issues that affect the health of birds. These free educational programs are open to the public, all are welcome! No reservation is necessary in Tucson and Green Valley. You must RSVP for the Oro Valley talk at 520-622-6014.
TUCSON - October through April (none in February), usually the second Monday of the month, 6:00-6:30pm- social time, 6:30-7:30pm-program.
Tucson lectures are held at the Pima Community College Downtown Campus in the Amethyst Room, 1255 N. Stone Ave.
April 11--Monday 6:00 PM
Strutting our Stuff! Planning a Bird Trip without a Guide
with Rosie Bennett, Laura Cotter, Jenise Porter, and Deb Vath
Thinking about leaving Tucson during the hot summer and want to go birding? Four of Tucson Audubon’s most dedicated, world traveling volunteers will prepare you for another of life’s greatest adventures by showing you how to plan a fun, exciting bird trip on a budget.
GREEN VALLEY - November through April, first Saturday of the month, 10:00 am--11:00 am
In Green Valley, the lectures are held at Green Valley Recreation's Desert Hills Social Center, 2980 Camino del Sol.
April 2-Saturday 10:00 AM
Catch Me If You Can! How to Take Photos of Hummingbirds
with Steve Kaye
Steve Kaye will give you tips, tricks, and techniques that anyone can use to take photos of hummingbirds. This session begins with photo fundamentals and continues with applying them to taking photos of perched and flying hummingbirds. And, of course, it includes dozens of photos that show what’s possible. You’ll enjoy this talk, even if you have yet to own a camera.
ORO VALLEY - Jan. 23, March 19, May 28 12:00 - 1:00pm and 2:00-3:00pm
In Oro Valley, the lectures are held at WNPA Western National Parks Association 12880 N Vistoso Village Dr.
Please RSVP to 520.622.6014 as space is limited to 60 seats per lecture.
Birds and Climate Change with Tice Supplee
Join Tice Supplee, the Audubon Arizona Director of Bird Conservation, for a presentation of Audubon’s seven year scientific study behind how climate change is becoming the number one threat to North American birds. Learn where potential habitat “strongholds” for birds are located in our state and how you can join Audubon in local actions that can make a difference for the future of our birds and for us.