Red-Faced Warbler by Shawn Cooper

Difficulty: Moderate to Hard (Hiking on a rough gravel road with moderate elevation gain. Drive time to location approximately just under 2 hours.)

Explore a lesser-known birding hotspot in the Huachuca Mountains! Located on the “other side” of the mountains, Scotia Canyon features rich Madrean woodlands and sycamore-lined riparian habitat that host breeding birds like Painted Redstart, Grace’s Warbler, Elegant Trogon, Dusky-capped Flycatcher, Red-faced Warbler, Plumbeous Vireo, and much more. Lunch provided. Limited to 8 participants.