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AZFO 2019 Meeting:
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Sept. 20-22, Flagstaff



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Join the Global Big Day in Arizona- 4 May

If you like to get out in the spring sunshine and count birds, you should sign up to participate in the annual Global Big Day (GBD) in Arizona on Saturday 4 May.

The GBD, sponsored by eBird, is coordinated in Arizona by Arizona Field Ornithologists and supported by local Audubon societies, local bird clubs, and other interested organizations. With hundreds of volunteers in the field we will strive to get a "snapshot" of the spring migration, and most of all have fun! You can be flexible about the time you spend in the field or you can just count birds in your yard. Our highest state total has been 312 species.

The count is organized by county, and if you want to volunteer, check out the list of county coordinators. If you are in a county that doesn't have a coordinator, we encourage you to volunteer to coordinate our efforts there.

We look forward to seeing you in the field…

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2018 Meeting Summary:

Meeting highlights

Youth Scholarship Recipient essay

Brews for Birds:

Borderlands Brewing Co., in collaboration with

Audubon Arizona and AZFO, is launching the

Great Horned Owl IPA, read more about it here!


Recent Field Expedition Summary:

San Carlos River and San Carlos Lake

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