Bird Watching in Phoenix, Arizona - Arizona
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Phoenix, Arizona
Bird Watching

Agua Fria National Monument
The Agua Fria National Monument contains over 400 archaeological sites spanning some 2,000 years of human history. This large open area is popular for hunting, hiking, biking, and bird watching. Backcountry camping is also permitted.
BirdwatchingTent campingHiking is allowedMountain bikes are allowedWildlife viewingPicnic tableHorses are allowedFishingPets must be kept on leash

Hummingbird Springs Wilderness
A colorful escarpment climbs steeply from the Tonopah Desert to 3,418 feet lending this area remarkable scenic value. Without maintained trails, the area can be backpacked easily, and primitive campsites abound.
BirdwatchingHiking is allowedWildlife viewingAmphitheater

Papago Park
Besides Papago buttes and an extensive trail system, Papago Park also includes the Phoenix Zoo, the Desert Botanical Garden, Papago Golf Course, and a sports complex. Both the Zoo grounds and the botanical gardens are excellent places to study wildlife including many native, non-captive yet approachable species.
BirdwatchingFishingHiking is allowedMountain bikes are allowedFees are chargedHandicapped AccessPicnic table

Saddle Mountain
Saddle Mountain is one of the last places in central Arizona that offers unbelievable solitude. The side canyons that surround and penetrate the two mountain masses that form the saddle provide a remoteness that carries visitors away from the hustle and bustle of city and sprawling suburban centers.
BirdwatchingHiking is allowedAmphitheater

Sierra Estrella Wilderness
The 14,400-acre Sierra Estrella Wilderness contains one of the most rugged mountain ranges in Arizona. The extreme elevation differences have caused diverse plant and animal communities.
BirdwatchingHiking is allowedWildlife viewingAmphitheater
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