Bird Watching

Graham County is a location on a major Flyway, so the area attracts an array of migratory birds from Central and South America. The unique combination of habitats (ranging from elevations of 2,400 feet to 10,720 feet) results in a great diversity of birds - everything from American Avocets to Zonetailed Hawks can be seen. While there are dozens of locations where birds have been seen, the locations listed have been recognized in the "Southeastern Arizona Birding Trail."


Aravaipa Canyon Photo by Cathy Konopnicki

Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness

Before highways and railways, before pioneers, even before Columbus... the land we know as the United States was truly a vast wilderness.
Bird Watching Camping Hiking & Walking Shooting/Hunting Wilderness Areas

Discover Park Photo by J. Gumby Bourret

Discovery Park

Discovery park is a visitors center, a college campus, and an all around unique destination.
Astronomy Bird Watching Tours

Bonita Creek Photo by Monika Ragland

Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area

Hot springs, river rafting, birdwatching, and miles of trails make this National Conservation Area popular among those in the know.
Bird Watching Camping Hiking & Walking Shooting/Hunting Water Recreation

Riggs Lake Photo by J. MacFarland

Pinaleño Mountains, Coronado National Forest

The Pinaleño Mountains are a remote mountain range in southeastern Arizona within the Coronado National forest.
Bird Watching Camping Hiking & Walking Parks Picnic Tours

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