SE ARIZONA ITINERARY

Arizona

Tufted Flycatcher

Southeast Arizona is blessed with a fantastic variety of mountain ranges, extreme elevation differences and habitats. The riparian areas have also houses interesting species. Being so close to Mexico, many birds inhabit this area as their most northern extent. This region is also known for Mexican vagrants. Sounds like a terrific place to explore and add species to your list.

Right now in southeast Arizona, is a fantastic opportunity to add some really special birds. These are the targets plus any more other species that we should see and hear. Join me for a quick four day trip to the birding wonderland.

Arizona

Painted Redstart

  • Tufted Flycatcher
  • Flame-colored Tanager
  • Five-stripe Sparrow
  • Buff-collared Nightjar
  • Lucifer Hummingbird
  • Painted Redstart
  • Crissal Thrasher
  • Sulphur-bellied Flycatcher

COST: Guiding cost is $50 per person per day or $200 total. We will split the gas cost among the participants, each person will pay their own hotel and food. The goal is to be safe, have fun and see as many birds as we can!

DATES: September 9-12, 2016.

Arizona
Arizona

TOUR DETAILS

DATES: September 9-12, 2016

COST: $200 plus gas, food and hotel

DIFFICULTY: moderatly difficult

EXPERIENCE: All levels welcome

Arizona

Hummingbirds

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Arizona

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