Tucson Audubon promotes the protection and stewardship of southern Arizona’s biological diversity through the study and enjoyment of birds and the places they live.
Birds and Birding
Answers to your questions can be found in our Bird FAQ. Get started with birding and meet some local birds here. Learn why the economics of birding is so important to southeast Arizona. Birds are being threatened on multiple fronts, so participate in our Birdathon, the Tucson Bird Count or a Christmas Bird Count to help quantify these threats.
Tucson Audubon Library
The Tucson Audubon Society Library is located at 300 E. University Blvd, #120, Tucson, AZ 85705 (southeast corner of University Blvd and 5th Avenue.)
Library Hours: Monday through Saturday, 10:00am to 4:00 pm.
For any questions regarding the library catalog, call the Nature Shop at (520) 629-0510.
Tucson Audubon has many programs and events to help you learn about life in the Sonoran desert.
- Lifelong Birding Series
- Sonoran Desert Ecology
- School Programs
- Educator Resources
- Much more!
Presentations given monthly in Tucson (October through May) and in Green Valley (November through April). Series is free and open to the public! No registration necessary.
Arizona Important Bird Areas Program
The Arizona Important Bird Areas (IBA) Program at Tucson Audubon is an exciting, active, field-oriented, community-engaged, science-based and conservation-focused program to benefit Arizona’s bird populations of greatest conservation concern and their most critical habitats and sites!!
Tucson Audubon Nature Shops
Tucson Audubon Society runs two Nature Shops, as well as an Online Shop; specialty stores with books, optics, and nature-related items. Proceeds benefit Tucson Audubon programs.
Southeast Arizona Birding Festival
Please join us in celebrating the bounty of the Sky Islands! Field trips, workshops, vendor expo, and much more festival fun. Experience southeast Arizona birding at its best!
Save the Date: August 10-14, 2016!