In order to see birds, it is necessary to become part of the silence."
Whether you are a birdwatcher or a bird nut like me, come have a Southern Arizona Adventure!
Each adventure is designed as a unique and personalized birding experience, with a schedule and pace tailored to your needs, Whether you are looking for a day of birding, lusting for that elusive nemesis bird or yearning for a week-long, all inclusive tour of Arizona, talk to me! No fifteen passenger van to crawl in and out of, plus lots of little extras a big tour company cannot offer, at about the same cost.
All of day tours include a picnic lunch. We cater to people unable or unwilling to do the rigorous schedule of a tour group.
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Who could have known that a tiny virus could create so much havoc??? However, I am so thankful that we can still visit our feathered friends and enjoy the great outdoors. Here in Arizona we are particularly blessed due to the diversity of habitats and great weather. This too shall pass. . . I look forward to sharing with one and all in the near future. In the meanwhile, stay safe and stay healthy!! Hugs to all, Melody
May the Great Birding God smile down upon you!!
So Many Birds, So Little Time!!
Spring is in the air. .. our friends from the south are arriving daily!! This is a time of color after the winter birds. Ahhh!! the changing seasons!
We are birding as usual here. .. practicing social distancing, but still able to get outdoors and play. We made our first trip into the gulch this last week of March. . . the Buff-collared nightjars are back for another year and the gulch was gorgeous and as fresh as ever. Did pick-up on a wintering trogon which was lots of fun. We also are looking forward to sharing owls this summer. Means a couple nights wandering around in the dark, but the rewards are great.
Stay safe and healthy and most of all, stay birding. Hugs to all, Melody
A bit of musing here, not meant to ruffle feathers, but perhaps a time to reflect. As we enter into migration, we birders can get in a bit of a hurry. . . this is when we use the tapes, toot a lot and pish to get the little ones to show their beauty. As a note of inquiry. . . I wonder if by using these methods when they are looking for a place to settle down and breed, if we are moving them off prime real-estate because they believe another virile male has already settled in. Let's face it those tapes sound pretty good even to those of the breeding species.
I would like to address this issue of border safety. We are always cautious, but I am far more concerned about going to the mall after dark than I am along the border. There have been no changes to our operation and none foreseen. So come on!!! Let's go birding!!!
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