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Bird Watching

A Birder's Paradise

Located along the migratory path between Canada and Mexico, Southern Arizona is one of the best bird-watching areas in the United States. A wide variety of species can be observed all year long although the hummingbirds are especially plentiful. Several communities host birding festivals during peak migration times.

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Apache Station Wildlife Area

Address: Exit 331 on I-10, 8.5 miles south, Highway 191, AZ N/A

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

Address: 2021 N. Kinney Rd., Tucson, AZ 85743
Phone: 520-883-1380
Fax: 520-883-2500

Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge

Address: P.O. Box 109, Sasabe, AZ 85633
Phone: 520-823-4251

Catalina State Park

Address: P.O. Box 36986, Oro Valley, AZ 85740
Phone: 520-628-5798
Fax: 520-628-5797

Cave Creek Canyon Recreational Area

Address: I-10 into New Mexico, South on 80 then West on Portal Rd, through Portal, then South on 42 Forest Rd, Near Portal, AZ N/A
Phone: (520) 364-3468

Colossal Cave Mountain Park

Address: 16721 E. Old Spanish Trail, Vail, AZ 85641
Contact: Martie Maierhauser
Title: Director
Phone: 520-647-7275
Alt Phone: 520-647-7121
Fax: 520-647-3299

Empire-Cienega Resource Conservation Area

Address: Bureau of Land Management, Safford District, 711 14th Ave., Safford, AZ 9283484400

Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area/Bonita Creek & Gila River

Address: Bureau of Land Management, Safford, AZ 85546
Phone: (928) 348-4400

Madera Canyon

Address: Nogales Ranger District, 303 Old Tucson Hwy., Nogales, AZ 85621
Phone: (520) 281-2296