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Vermillion Flycatcher by Mick Thompson

Family Birding Walk at Mañana en el Parque!

Tucson Audubon is offering a family birding walk as part of Mañana en el Parque, an outdoor family fun event cosponsored by Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation.  Advanced registration is encouraged, but not required!

Calling all families! Kids of all ages and their guardian(s) are welcome to join Marie Davis and her son on a nature walk as a part of Mañana en el Parque! We’ll explore the different habitats at Desert Haven Natural Resource Park. We’ll definitely look for birds, but we’ll also stop to investigate anything interesting in nature that catches our eyes. And after the walk is over, families are encouraged to join in the other fun activities at the event! Please see here for more information about Mañana en el Parque.

If you have some, please bring binoculars and a field guide. (If you don’t have either of those, don’t worry, I’ll bring some for you to borrow.) Wear comfy shoes for walking. Bring water and snacks (but please don’t feed the birds!).

Walk is limited to 12 people (not counting children under 3). All children must be accompanied by at least 1 guardian. Trip Difficulty: Easy. Walking about 1 mile on sidewalks and some uneven ground (grass and dirt). Bathrooms and drinking water available. 

Leader: Marie Davis


Header Image: Vermillion Flycatcher by Mick Thompson

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10:00 am - 10:45 am

Trip Features

Benches onsite,
Drinking Water onsite,
Shade Available


Desert Haven Natural Resource Park


Marie Davis

Volunteer Field Trip Leader