Garden Canyon on Fort Huachuca is one of the jewels of southeastern Arizona.
Famous among birders for Elegant Trogon, Buff-breasted and Sulphur-bellied
flycatchers, Greater Pewee, Hepatic Tanager, Painted Redstart, and Spotted Owl,
the canyon also boasts a remarkable diversity of butterflies and other animals,
rare plants, and centuries-old Native American pictographs. This 5-hour field
trip will begin with a walk at the upper picnic area followed by a carpool trip
up a rugged road to sites higher in the canyon; actual areas covered will depend on the quality of the birding
and condition of the road. Limited to
10 participants, U.S. citizens only.
$20 per person for members of SABO, $25 for
non-members. Prepaid reservations are highly recommended; fees are refundable only if unforeseen circumstances force SABO to cancel the walk.
Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory
P.O. Box 5521
Bisbee, AZ 85603-5521