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Cactus Wren by Mick Thompson

Honey Bee Canyon Hohokam Petroglyph Walk with Gerry Hodge

Honey Bee Canyon Hohokam Petroglyph Walk

Saturday, Sept. 28th – 6:30am

Trip difficulty: Easy to Moderate. Gradual elevation gain is less than 100 feet. 2 miles on moderately
loose wash sand. Restrooms and water available at trailhead. Limited shade and no benches. Trip
duration under 2.5 hours.

We will start from Oro Valley’s Honey Bee Canyon Park and will walk the wash to the north to just
beyond the site of the Hohokam Petroglyphs (at 1 mile) and look for some local specialties like the
Gilded Flicker and Black-throated Sparrow.

Driving directions: From Tangerine Rd. and Rancho Vistoso Blvd., go north for 3 miles. Park is on your
right, just after passing over the bridge. 20 parking spaces available.

Map coordinates: 32.457452, -110.964734

Leader:  Gerry Hodge (gnthodge@msn.com)

Registration for this trip is free. 

**Tucson Audubon member registration opens on August 3rd at 7am. Public registration opens on August 10th at 7am**

Header Image: Cactus Wren by Mick Thompson

Member Registration - August 3rd Public Registration - August 10th




6:30 am - 9:00 am

Trip Features

All Levels,
Drinking Water onsite,
Honey Bee Canyon


Honey Bee Canyon


Gerry Hodge

Volunteer Field Trip Leader