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All About Birds EcoProgam



Join the Ironwood Tree Experience and the Tucson Audubon Society as we team up to introduce to you to fascinating places and experiences that will forever change your relationship to birds and nature. From birds of prey and waterfowl to hummingbirds and warblers, you will develop the skills and experience to utilize the tools of the trade, identify birds, and participate in the conservation of birds through a variety of activities across Southeastern Arizona’s mountain tops and saguaro studded desert valleys.

Each month “All About Birds” offers a new and different experience. This special program is offered to all youth ages 12-18. If you are considering a career in wildlife and natural resources or if you just want to try something new “All About Birds” is the program for you!

January 2015 Outing

This month we head into the canyons of the Tucson Mountains to search, spot, identify and record desert birds! This activity gets you out into the Sonoran Desert at a perfect time of year for exercise and developing naturalist and bird identification skills with an expert guide from the Tucson Audubon Society.

We will meet Tucson Audubon and ITE staff at the ITE Urban Field Station. See map.

Register online today by clicking here!




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Upcoming Classes

Backyard Birding and Beyond
Saturdays, Feb. 6--March 5, 2016

Sparrows Workshop
February 4 & 6, 2016

Raptors Workshop
February 11 & 16, 2016

Bird ID: Sharpening Your Skills
March 24, 26, 31 & April 2, 2016

Advanced Topics: Birding by Ear
April 14 & 16, 2016


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Mason Center