Audubon Adventures Summer Camp 2018

STEM-oriented camp for ages 8–12

A group of girls at summer camp hold up Audubon Arizona's rosy boa snake.

The Nina Mason Pulliam Rio Salado Audubon Center

We make conservation action accessible to everyone by reaching out to audiences that are new to environmental stewardship and by providing useful information about sustainable living.

We offer a full spectrum of hands-on experiences for every age including fun-filled family programming, weekend activities & festivals, STEM-supporting school field trips and on-the-ground conservation work focused on local species at risk. We have something for everyone!

Field Trips
Education Programs

Field Trips

Field Trips for students grades K-8 at the Nina Mason Pulliam Rio Salado Audubon Center in Phoenix.

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Birds n' Beer
Birds n' Beer

Birds n' Beer

Our signature monthly happy hour event

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Education Programs
Education Programs

Education Programs

Find information about field trips and other educational opportunities for K-12 youth

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Conservation Programs
Conservation Programs

Conservation Programs

Find information about Downtown Owls and other conservation programs and opportunities

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Rio Salado Audubon Center News

Downtown Owls, Spring 2018
Conservation

Downtown Owls, Spring 2018

Audubon Arizona's progress with Burrowing Owl relocation

Birds n' Beer Recap: Introduction to Seabirds and Pelagic Birding
Birds N' Beer

Birds n' Beer Recap: Introduction to Seabirds and Pelagic Birding

Learn about gulls, albatrosses, penguins and more in this summary of March's Birds n' Beer.

Birds n' Beer Recap: How Birds and Biomimicry can Improve Human Designs
Birds N' Beer

Birds n' Beer Recap: How Birds and Biomimicry can Improve Human Designs

Learn all about trains, beaks, and spiders in this summary of February's Birds n' Beer.

Whoooos Up for Helping?
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Whoooos Up for Helping?

Looking to make a real difference for birds? Participate in our Downtown Owls program.

Giving Tuesday, November 28, 2017
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Giving Tuesday, November 28

Audubon Arizona is proud to be a part of Giving Tuesday!

Jimmie Hal Burch Fund for Bird Watching and Education
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Jimmie Hal Burch Fund for Bird Watching and Education

A Memorial Fund has been created for Jimmie Hal Burch, a native fire science professional, educator, and avid bird lover.

Audubon Arizona Receives Grant from Cox Charities for River Keepers
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Audubon Arizona Receives Grant from Cox Charities for River Keepers

The grant will fund a science-focused afterschool program for underserved children.

Audubon Arizona Recruiting Volunteers for Nature Education and More
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Audubon Arizona Recruiting Volunteers for Nature Education and More

You can help children connect to nature and help the environment by volunteering at Audubon Arizona this fall.

100th Burrowing Owl Released into Rio Salado Habitat
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100th Burrowing Owl Released into Rio Salado Habitat

Audubon Arizona's Downtown Owls Project makes an impact for displaced owls.

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