Ever dream of birding in Southeast Arizona?

Are you interested in the flora and fauna of habitats that differ from where you live?

If so, this trip sponsored by Southern Adirondack Audubon Society
may be a perfect fit!

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Monsoon Birding and Natural History Tour
In the Chiricahua Mountains of Southeastern Arizona


September 7-13, 2019




Come with SAAS to visit the American Museum of Natural History’s Southwestern Research station, located at 5400 feet elevation in one of the world’s most biodiverse hot spots.
 
Sponsored by Southern Adirondack Audubon Society in partnership with The American Museum of Natural History (AMNH), this tour, in addition to birds, will attempt to capitalize on the abundant flora and fauna as a result of the summer monsoon rains. Many plants and insects can only be seen during this time of year.

The tour is based at the AMHN Southwest Research Station  which is located in the heart of the Chiricahua Mountains of AZ, and is famous for its close proximity to nesting Elegant Trogons, a large diversity of hummingbirds, and other spectacular bird migrants from Central and South America.

$1500 per person - Double Occupancy

For more information, please contact:
Rob Snell
By phone at 443-838-5857 
Email: birdbrane1@gmail.com

trogon
Elegant Trogon
Photo courtesy of SWRS




To join our tour send a $100 deposit as well as your contact information to:
Southern Adirondack Audubon Society
Arizona Birding
PO Box 4076
Queensbury, NY 12804

SWRS
Southwestern Research Station
Portal, AZ
Montezuma Quail
Montezuma Quail
Photo courtesy of SWRS



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