Wildlife Viewing in Prescott, Arizona
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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 viewingPets must be kept on leash

Lynx Lake Recreation Area
Lynx Lake Recreation Area is one of the most popular recreation areas in central Arizona. The area is common for trout fishing, boating, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, archaeological sites, and bird watching. The lake is stocked with rainbow trout. Rental boats, picnic tables, toilets, and drinking water are available.
BirdwatchingPicnic tableHorses are allowedFishingHiking is allowedMountain bikes are allowedRV campingTent campingATV are allowedPets must be kept on leashBoat launchFees are chargedParkingStoreToiletsPotable drinking waterHandicapped Access

Verde River
This river is one of Arizona's major perennial rivers and a treasured resource in the central part of the state. Free flowing for most of its length, it provides lush riparian habitat, abundant wildlife, diverse recreational opportunities, and spectacular scenery. The majority of the upper and lower Verde River passes through National Forestlands that is open to public recreation of all kinds. Fishing, boating, swimming, picnicking, camping, bird watching, and sightseeing are all popular activities. The lower river is designated a Wild and Scenic River and offers the opportunity to fish by boat from Beasley Flats to Childs.
BirdwatchingFishingRV campingTent campingPicnic table

Watson Woods Riparian Preserve
Watson Woods Riparian Preserve is a 125-acre riparian preserve. Cottonwoods and willows that create a cathedral-like atmosphere over Granite Creek, and the edge of a perennial pond, provide habitat for a wide variety of birds, mammals, fish, reptiles and amphibians.
BirdwatchingWildlife viewingHorses are allowedHiking is allowedMountain bikes are allowedFishingParking

Willow Lake
Owned by the City of Prescott, this lake is an ideal place to go bird-watching, paddle a canoe or kayak, or just sit in the rocks of the Granite Dells and enjoy the sun and water. AZ Game & Fish does not stock the lake.
BirdwatchingPicnic tableBoat launchParkingHandicapped AccessToilets
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Mammals

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.
Wildlife viewingBirdwatchingTent campingHiking is allowedMountain bikes are allowedPets must be kept on leash
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Wildlife Viewing In Wildlife Preserves & Refuges

Watson Woods Riparian Preserve
Watson Woods Riparian Preserve is a 125-acre riparian preserve. Cottonwoods and willows that create a cathedral-like atmosphere over Granite Creek, and the edge of a perennial pond, provide habitat for a wide variety of birds, mammals, fish, reptiles and amphibians.
Wildlife viewingBirdwatchingHorses are allowedHiking is allowedMountain bikes are allowedFishingParking
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