Date(s) - 08/04/2017 - 08/05/2017
7:00 am - 4:00 pm
Join professional guide Jeff Babson on an overnight trip to the beautiful and world-famous Chiricahua Mountains with birding along the way. With an elevation change from 4,000’ – 8,200’ (not much walking at higher elevations), we will be looking for specialties such as Elegant Trogon and Mexican Chickadee, high elevation warblers like Olive and Red-faced Warbler, several flycatchers and post-breeding Mexican vagrants. Destinations will include the American Museum of Natural History’s Southwest Research Station, the South Fork of Cave Creek Canyon, and Rustler Park. This trip includes all meals and lodging at the Portal Peak Lodge. Same sex single participants will be paired for overnight accommodations. This trip is best suited for intermediate birding skills. Bring your binoculars, pocket flashlight, wear sturdy hiking boots, and do not forget your headgear and sunscreen. Hiking Difficulty: 3, moderate. Guide Jeff Babson.
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