The Nature Conservancy's Muleshoe Ranch
Join the ranks of outlaws, settlers, ranchers, ecologists, coatimundis, javelina, mule deer, hummingbirds, herons, and hawks. Operated by the Arizona Nature Conservancy in the Galiuro Mountains, part of the Coronado National Forest east of Tucson, the ranch affords its visitors rich riparian and backcountry wilderness areas, plus a visitors center, overnight casitas with natural hot springs, a nature trail, birdwatching, photographic opportunities, hiking. Casita rentals are available for Nature Conservancy Members. Headquarters is closed to the public, however public access to hiking trails are provided outside the main gate. No amenities. Phone 520-212-4295 or visit the website.
- Website Listing Tag(s): Bird Watching
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