Sweetwater Wetlands: Deaf-Friendly Accessible Birding with SAAWR (ASL Interpreting Provided)
Trip Duration: 1.5 hrs. Ground Condition: groomed gravel trails. Drinking water and restrooms available at entrance. Benches available at periodic intervals around the Wetlands.
Join Kimberly Aikins of the Southern Arizona Accessible Wildlife Refuge (SAAWR) for an outing designed for nature lovers with accessibility challenges; wheelchairs, walkers, or other assistive devices are welcome. On this trip, we will gather at one of Tucson’s birding gems: Sweetwater Wetlands! Here, we’ll look for migrating warblers, waterfowl, and an abundance of other species. We will finish by 9:30 am.
Each registered participant is welcome to bring a support person. To view a complete accessibility review for this location, please visit https://gis.audubon.org/birdability/. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Limited to 10 participants.
This program is offered in partnership with the Southern Arizona Accessible Wildlife Refuge. Visit their website at www.saawr.org for more information.
Leader: Kimberly Aikins (email@example.com)
Registration for this trip is free.
Header Image: Green Heron by Hemant Kishan