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American Wigeon by Stephen Nelson

Fort Lowell Park with Daphne Sewing

Trip difficulty: Easy. 1-1.5 mile loop on mostly level ground, paved & grassy surfaces with uneven areas. Restroom facilities & water available.

Fort Lowell Park, an urban park located in central Tucson, draws a wide variety of bird species with its habitat mix of open fields, desert scrub, and trees. We’ll look for wintering ducks such as American Wigeons on the pond, flycatchers like the brilliant Vermilion Flycatcher along the field edges, woodpeckers in the pecan grove, and common desert scrub birds. We hope to see 20-30 species. Meet at the picnic pavilion near the pond next to the main parking lot off Craycroft. Bring your binoculars. Wrap up around 9:00 am. Limit 12 participants.

Leader: Daphne Sewing,

Registration for this trip is free.

**Tucson Audubon member registration opens April 6th at 7am. Public registration opens April 13th at 7am.**

Header Image: American Wigeon by Stephen Nelson

Member Registration - April 6th Public Registration - April 13th




7:00 am - 9:00 am

Trip Features

All Levels,
Benches onsite,
Drinking Water onsite,
Shade Available
Fort Lowell Park


Fort Lowell Park
East Fort Lowell Road, Tucson, AZ, USA


Daphne Sewing

Volunteer Field Trip leader