Afternoon Bird Enjoyment Walk at El Rio Preserve ⋆ Tucson Audubon Skip to content
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Killdeer by Shawn Cooper

Afternoon Bird Enjoyment Walk at El Rio Preserve

Registration for this walk is free. Register here beginning on Nov 12, 7 AM.

Trip difficulty: Easy. 1 -1.5 miles on mostly flat surfaces with some uneven terrain. Trip duration 2- 2.5 hours

This bird walk is all about enjoying nature and birds in the afternoon. It’s about walking slow, being mindful and looking for birds and then spending time truly watching their behaviors. It’s not about the number of birds we see, but it’s about appreciating the birding experience. Birding is a treasure hunt and we will take delight in whatever we encounter. El Rio Preserve is riparian habitat for nesting and migratory birds located in Marana, Arizona. Additionally, if you are interested, you can stay after the birding field trip and watch the Full Moon rise over the mountains. Limited to 8 people

Leader: Peggy Steffens (

Header image: Killdeer by Shawn Cooper

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3:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Trip Features

All Levels,
Benches onsite,


El Rio Preserve
10190 N Coachline Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85743


Peggy Steffens

Volunteer Field Trip Leader