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Cooper’s Hawk

Cooper's Hawk by SearchNetMedia
Cooper’s Hawk, a photo by SearchNetMedia on Flickr.

Spring is in the air in Tucson

Doves in Springtime by SearchNetMedia
Doves in Springtime a photo by SearchNetMedia on Flickr.

 

Winter storm passes through Tucson

Tucson Photographers were up early and on Finger Rock Trail, this morning, in the Catalina Mountains. It was beautiful in there after a snow storm passed through. The birds were singing away. Some of the birds spotted were Rock Wren, Orange-crowned Warbler, Lesser Goldfinch, American Kestral, Cooper’s Hawk, Phainopepla, Gila Woodpecker, Ladder-backed Woodpecker, Pyrrhuloxia, Northern Cardinal, and more.

CLICK HERE for a SLIDESHOW of Finger Rock Trail this morning.

Finger Rock Trail – Originally uploaded by SearchNetMedia

Tucson weather to heat up to near 80 deg by Monday

Get out of the cold and DiscoverTucson.org

Hummingbird warming up in the sunshine on a cold day in the desert


Hummingbird

Originally uploaded by SearchNetMedia

Birding Walk at Sweetwater Wetlands in Tucson on Jan 19th

There is a “Birding Walk at Sweetwater Wetlands” in Tucson.

Sweetwater Wetlands Park
2667 W. Sweetwater Drive
Tucson, Arizona

It will be a leisurely walk led by birding experts. Expect to see a variety of wintering sparrows, hawks, falcons and migrating warblers. Bring your binoculars. Ages 12 and up. Reservations required.

8-9:30 a.m. on Jan. 19th. Free. 615-7855.

Birders – Wings Over Willcox Birding and nature Festival is Jan. 12-16

Visit Cochise County – Willcox and Wings over Willcox for more information.

Pyrrhuloxia wearing his party hat into 2011 – HAPPY NEW YEAR!


Pyrrhuloxia

Originally uploaded by SearchNetMedia

Tucson moonrise tonight

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Tucson moonrise

Originally uploaded by SearchNetMedia

The weather is perfect to walk or take the tram in Sabino Canyon

For more information on Sabino Canyon and other places to hike, visit TucsonMenu.com.


Sabino Canyon

Originally uploaded by SearchNetMedia

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