Southeast Arizona Birding Info
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[AP6] Catalina State Park. [AZ St. Pks.] At the base of the mountains N. of Tucson.
[AP7] Patagonia Lake State Park. [AZ St. Pks.]
[BLM3] San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area. [BLM] Incredible riparian area, with excellent birding.
Bird Checklist, courtesy of the BLM (1996).
[BLM4] Empire-Cienega Resource Conservation Area. [BLM] Large ranch between Tucson and Sonoita.
[BLM7] Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area/Bonita Creek. [BLM] Riparian areas near Safford.
[FS6] Coronado National Forest.
Bird Checklist for the Santa Catalina District, including Mt. Lemmon. [NPSC] (Archived copy, 2005)
[MZ3] Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. Outdoor museum west of Tucson, featuring two walk-in aviaries and excellent exhibits on Arizona wildlife in natural settings.
[NC4] Aravaipa Canyon Preserve. [TNC] Riparian area in the Galiuro Mtns, with Black and Zone-Tailed Hawks. Next to [BLM5] Aravaipa Wilderness (permit required).
[NC5] Ramsey Canyon Preserve. [TNC] Huachuca Mountains Nature Conservancy Preserve, famous for its diversity of hummingbirds. Reservations recommended.
[NC7] Patagonia/Sonoita Creek Preserve. [TNC] This Preserve has excellent riparian habitat, and is famous for its variety of birds (incl. Gray Hawk and Thick-billed Kingbird).
[NC8] Muleshoe Ranch Cooperative Management Area. [TNC] This Nature Conservancy Preserve covers over 55,000 acres south of the Galiuro Mountains.
[NP8] Saguaro National Park. [NPS] Official page.
[NP9] Chiricahua National Monument. [NPS] Official page.
[NP10] Coronado National Memorial. [NPS] Official page.
[NWR5] Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge. [GORP]
[NWR7] San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge. [GORP]
[SABO] Southeast Arizona Bird Observatory. Located in Bisbee, close to the San Pedro River; programs and field trips in the Sulfur Springs Valley and the San Pedro.