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Lower Madera Canyon on Foot with Holly Kleindienst

Wednesday, May 29th- 7:00am

Trip difficulty: Moderate/Difficult. 4 mile round trip loop with elevation gain, and some rocky and uneven terrain.

Do you like to hike as much as bird? If so, then you will enjoy this trip birding from Proctor Road to Madera Picnic Area at Madera Canyon, one of the most renowned birding destinations in the United States. We will begin in the desert grasslands at Proctor Road, and bird our way up through mesquite bosque, cottonwood-sycamore-riparian, juniper-live oak, and finally ponderosa pine habitat. Target species include Arizona Woodpecker, Mexican Jay, Wild Turkey, Bridled Titmouse & Painted Redstart.

We will meet in the Proctor Rd parking lot. $8 Day Pass required per vehicle, and available for purchase at the parking lot. Interagency Pass accepted.

Limited to 10 participants.

Leader: Holly Kleindienst (hollykleindienst@gmail.com)

Registration for this trip is free.

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

Header Image: Red-faced Warbler by Lois Manowitz

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7:00 am - 10:30 am

Trip Features

All Levels,
Outside Tucson,
Shade Available
Madera Canyon, Proctor Rd


Madera Canyon, Proctor Rd
Madera Canyon, Arizona 85614, USA


Holly Kleindienst