Featured Sites

The park sits at the top of a hill in Flagstaff, overlooking the town and with views of surrounding mountains. It is mostly open grassland habitat, with some forested areas.
The outdoor living museum has miles of walking trails that take you botanical gardens with beautiful views of the Sonora Desert. Common desert birds live free on the grounds as well as rarer species in the aviaries (including one housing hummingbirds).
This 2,000-acre park is one of the most prolific sites on the Havasu Trail, located on Lake Havasu. Many uncommon waterfowl and shorebirds can be seen in the cove along with a rich mixture of desert and riparian birds.

Know Before You Go

Arizona is a vast state with many different environments. Much of the state is dominated by desert, areas that oftentimes have little water and even less shade. Check out our recommendations for hiking precautions.

Bridled Titmouse – Mick Thompson

Knowing more about where to look, how to look and what you are looking for in a given environment can greatly enhance your wildlife watching experience

Grand Canyon

Part of what makes Arizona an exceptional birding destination is the diverse landscapes found throughout the state. 

Red-faced Warbler – Lois Manowitz

Arizona is home to an astounding diversity of birds, making our state truly a world-class birding destination. 

Gila Woodpecker – Mick Thompson

The Arizona Birding Trail is a partnership between these organizations, each of which is dedicated to the conservation of Arizona’s wildlife.

Hummingbirds of Arizona

Hummingbirds are only found in the Western Hemisphere and Arizona hosts over a dozen different species. Learn more about these amazing birds and the best places to view them up close!

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