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Verde Valley Birding and Nature Festival
Cottonwood, AZ
April 27-30, 2006

Phone: 928-634-8437

Celebrate nature with interesting and provocative workshops and field trips where expert guides take you to the area's birding hot spots. Located at Dead Horse Ranch State Park in the cottonwood-willow habitat along the Verde River of central Arizona with the canyons of red rock country closeby, we are praised for our small groups, expert leaders and unusual venues. Contact: Arizona State Parks and Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce, 1010 S. Main St, Cottonwood, AZ 86326.

 

Southwest Wings Birding & Nature Festival
Bisbee, AZ
August 1-6, 2006

Phone: 520-803-7412 - E-mail: info@swwings.org

Featuring Southeastern Arizona's exciting varieties of owls . Bird, bat, and butterfly field trips are offered to view some SE Arizona specialties. Educational programs and exhibits are presented, along with interesting vendors. At the Convention Center,Copper Queen Plaza, in the heart of old Bisbee - natural history tours - birds,bats and butterfly trips - nature exhibits and programs. Keynote Speaker Jon Dunn. Arizona's longest running birding festival.

 

 

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