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. . . Thompson that is. We’ve visited Boyce Thompson Arboretum in the past to marvel at its diverse collections of flora, and we’ve been birding before, but it’s been awhile, so we thought we’d partner up with our resident bird expert Lynn Hassler and head back north to spend some time observing the migrating birds that stop by on their travels along the North American flyways. While many species are just passing through, many others will be settling in for the winter in this oasis in the desert. We should spot warblers, vireos, thrushes, flickers, finches and up to four species of towhee. And, of course, surprises are our specialty! Cost of the trip includes transportation, guide services, admission fees and boxed lunch.

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General Public Birding at Boyce$135.00general public or guests of members

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Tohono Chul & Tucson Audubon Society Members Birding at Boyce$115.00members of TCP or TAS

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