Birds 'n Beer

Birds 'n Beer
Third Thursday of each month, 5:30 - 7:30pm
Our popular award-winning after-work series runs all year long. Every 3rd Thursday of the month, stop by the Audubon Center after work to learn a thing or two about birds and other wildlife while enjoying a cold Four Peaks brew and other snacks and beverages. Topics range from gruesome and amusing animal mating routines to "six ways mushrooms will destroy the world," and often include live wildlife and hysterical video clips showcasing frisky wildlife behaviors. Meet other professionals who care about Arizona's natural space at our Third Thursday happy-hour-type event. Program begins at 6:30. Different topic each month.  Check out our events page on for this month's topic.

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Enjoying a pond-side brew at Birds 'n Beer


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October's Birds 'n Beer included a talk on noctunal animals and an audience-led version of the "Time Warp"


ASU's Oliver Hyman presents on frog mating at Birds 'n Beer

Conservation Workdays
Every Third Saturday of the month, September - May, 8 am - noon, excluding December
Looking for a way to make a difference? Join in our conservation workdays at the Rio Salado Habitat. Help prepare a pollinator garden, install homes for burrowing owls, or clean up the Salt River! No experience necessary! Contact Cathy Wise at 602-468-6470 or via email to sign up.

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Creating habitat during Conservation Workdays



Tressa Lematta
Costa's Hummingbird

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