Welcome to the Tucson Bird Count
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Welcome to the Tucson Bird Count!
Where Birds Thrive, People Prosper
The Tucson Bird Count is dedicated to making Tucson a better place for birds and for all of us
The Tucson Bird Count aims to help people make informed decisions regarding the impacts of human actions on wildlife. Urbanization is a movement that is well established and will continue to grow in the future and one way to reconcile that loss of habitat is to endeavor to share our urban space with native birds and wildlife. Through informed decisions we can all help Tucson sustain a diverse bird community which is good for the birds and also enhances the quality of life for Tucson’s human inhabitants.
The Tucson Bird Count is a citizen-science driven effort that has documented how native birds use the habitat within and surrounding Tucson for over a decade. The information gained through this study has allowed informed recommendations on what Tucsonans can do within their yards, neighborhoods and communities to make Tucson a better place for birds. As Tucsonans make changes and efforts to share their city space with native birds, the count effort itself will document how birds respond to all of our efforts to provide habitat for native birds right within our own habitat.
Whether you are helping with the volunteer annual bird counting efforts or enhancing your urban habitat for the benefit of native birds, you are helping make Tucson a better place for birds and for all of us. Thank you.
2019 Tucson Bird Count
These are the routes that are currently available (2018) and in need of a counter. Each route is a series of multiple points and each route is a different color. Please email Jennie at email@example.com to claim a route. I am doing my best to keep this map current and routes are first come, first served.
List of Routes Available in 2019
|105||Central – Country Club from Broadway to River|
|107||Central – Campbell from Broadway to River Rd.|
|109||Central North – Campbell from Prince to Skyline|
|111||North West – Oracle from River to Magee|
|112||North West – Oracle from Ina to Hardy|
|118||North West – Ina and Silverbell, includes desert habitat|
|119||North West – Silverbell and Sunset, west of I-10|
|120||North West – West of Silverbell at Orange Grove, inlcudes some desert locations|
|121||North West – Sunset and Gerhart|
|134||South West – Campbell from Irvington to Grant|
|136||South West – Ajo and Mission Rd near Kennedy Park|
|140||Central South – Campbell from Valencia to Benson Hwy|
|141||Central South – west of Alvernon from Valenica to Silverlake|
|142||Central South – west of Alvernon from Valencia to 36th St.|
|145||South East – Valencia and Kolb|
|155||Central East – Golflinks from Wilmot to Houghton|
|170||North West – Oracle and Ina|
|172||North West – Oracle and Lambert|
|173||North West – La Canada and Lambert|
|174||North West – Naranja and 1st Ave|
|175||North West – Cortaro Farms Rd west of I-10|
|176||North West – Cortaro and Silverbell|
|179||Marana – Silverbell and Twin Peaks|
|185||South West – Ajo east of Kinney Rd.|
|All of these routes below are Park Routes and are surveyed 4 times a year|
|519||Case Natural Resources Park|
|520||Tucson Botanical Gardens|
|548||Avra Valley WWTP|