East Woodland Road
Registration for this trip is free.
Trip difficulty: Easy/Moderate. One to two-mile hiking round trip on paved and uneven surfaces. No restrooms or water are available.
Those who are new to Tucson or birding are particularly welcome! We’ll walk along the road first, checking telephone poles and fields for hawks, purple martins, blackbirds, flycatchers, and more. Time permitting, we’ll continue onto an open grassland trail, looking for falcons, sparrows, woodpeckers, towhees, etc. Take Tanque Verde Road east of Catalina Highway and turn south onto Woodland Road. Continue south until the road bends and turns west. We will meet where the road bends and turns west. Please park along the road, not blocking driveways and please carpool if possible; parking is limited. Sunhat, plenty of water, and walking shoes are highly recommended. We’ll wrap up around 10:00 AM. This walk is designed for those relatively new to birding or the Tucson area but all are welcome. Limited to 8 participants.
Leader: Linda Hanson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Header Image: Cassin’s Kingbird by Lois Manowitz