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Parker Canyon Lake with Luke Safford

Friday, November 10: Parker Canyon Lake

Registration Required: $35/member, $50/non-member

This 130-acre, deep water lake is tucked back on the west slopes of the Huachuca Mountains and because of its location is under-birded but holds great potential. Grassy hillsides dotted with oaks may hold Montezuma Quail, Mexican Jay, Western or Eastern Bluebirds, Bushtits, and more. Waterfowl will be coming back for the winter and there’s an outside chance at Bald Eagle. Bring a lunch with you and some hiking shoes, plan on walking on trails for around 2 miles at most. We’ll meet at a pre-determined place at 6:30am to carpool to the lake and we’ll plan to be back about 2pm. Limited to 10 participants.

Field Trip Leader: Luke Safford

Photo Credit: Gadwall by Martin Molina

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6:30 am - 2:00 pm

Trip Features

All Levels,
Outside Tucson,
Paid Trip
Luke Safford


Luke Safford

Tucson Audubon Director of Engagement and Education