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Tucson Bird & Wildlife Festival

EXPERIENCE SOUTHEAST ARIZONA BIRDING AT ITS BEST

August 13-17, 2014

Online Registration Closed
On-site registration for select workshops & Friday dinner while spaces last

Fourteen engaging free talks all festival weekend! Check the schedule for the FREE Nature Expo for details!

Fill out page 1 of the registration form and click Continue to see what paid activities still have seats left

We invite you to explore and enjoy the beautiful and fascinating Sonoran Desert and Sky Islands. We hope you will join the fun at the annual Tucson Bird & Wildlife Festival and get to know our friendly local birding and conservation community and the dazzling array of watchable wildlife experiences accessible from Tucson!

FIELD TRIPS SOUTHEAST ARIZONA BIRDS

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SKY ISLANDS BIRDING CUP WORKSHOPS & PROGRAMS

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NATURE EXPO FESTIVAL HEADQUARTERS

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Special Festival Rate Available!

 

Proceeds from this event support Tucson Audubon’s work to protect birds and the places they live and your participation illustrates value of our region’s spectacular biodiversity. Together we can send an important message that Birders Mean Business – THANK YOU!

For festival questions, please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Local_Trust_logoLocal Carbon Offsetting

Travel a long distance to get to the Festival? Offset your travel carbon emissions by improving local bird habitat. We've partnered with The Local Trust to increase urban habitat for birds that are at risk while sequestering your carbon emissions from the atmosphere at the same time. Along with native trees The Local Trust provides, Tucson Audubon plants other vegetation for specific WatchList birds like Gilded Flicker, Costa's Hummingbird and Lucy's Warbler.

 

RichardCrossley"I loved my time at the Tucson Bird and Wildlife Festival in 2012. Southeast Arizona is always stunning but there's something about August, when the rains are underway and everything comes alive, that is extra special. The colors are spectacular, birds are everywhere - both locals and migrants and the biggest problem is just trying to fit everything in! With a wealth of local and visiting leaders, it's also a great place to socialize and learn lots. I'd love to be there again this year."

-Richard Crossley (2012 keynote speaker)

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August 13—17, 2014

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