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Field Trips


Monthly Bird Walks - geared for bird lovers of all skill levels and all ages. Hiking conditions variable but suitable for participants in reasonably good health interested in walks ranging from 1-3 miles. All welcome; no pets please. Bring binoculars, field guide, and appropriate apparel, gear, snacks and water for outdoor walking in the White Mountains area during the April to September time frame. All outings on this list are free. For further information call Rob at 368-8481.

April 18th - Alchesay National Fish Hatchery: participants will meet at 7am at the Arizona Game and Fish Department parking lot (2878 E. White Mountain Blvd; Pinetop). From there we will caravan/carpool to the birding trails at the hatchery which is located on White Mountain Apache Reservation about 30 minutes from Pinetop.

May 23rd - Pintail Lake: participants will meet at 7am at the Pintail Lake parking area which is signed on Highway 77 a few miles North of Highway 60 (between Show Low and Taylor; east side of 77). Marsh birds and open water birds should be easily observed; especially for those with spotting scopes. Vantage points from boardwalk viewing areas.

June 20th - White Mountain Nature Center: participants will meet at 7am at the White Mountain Nature Center (425 S. Woodland Road, Pinetop-Lakeside). Bird varieties abound in the diverse habitats of the Nature Center and adjacent Woodland Lake Park grounds (natural terrain trails).


Trip reports from past years are listed below.


Past Field Trip Reports

2010 Archived Field Trip Reports
2009 Archived Field Trip Reports
2008 Archived Field Trip Reports
2007 Archived Field Trip Reports
2004 Archived Field Trip Reports
2003 Archived Field Trip Reports
2002 Archived Field Trip Reports