Sedona Birding Blog

  • This summer! Free Weekly Bird Walks in Sedona with Jay’s Bird Barn!

    This summer! Free Weekly Bird Walks in Sedona with Jay’s Bird Barn!

    Tim will be leading free bird walks every Wednesday for Jay’s Bird Barn. Limit 12 people – sign up in the store or by calling 928.203.5700 Don’t own binoculars? Let us know and we will provide you with binoculars to use during the bird walk. Summer walk hours are 7am – 11am. We’ll meet at […]
  • Winter Birds in Sedona 2017-2018

    Winter Birds in Sedona 2017-2018

    I for one am a big fan of the changing of the seasons.   The winter in the mid-desert of Sedona is wonderful. Cooler temperatures and moisture licking the Red Rocks creating beautifully varnished sheens. Thousands of wintering resident birds agree, existence is comfortable here. Juniper berries abound, Pinyon Pine nuts are easily extracted, seed laden […]
  • Bubbling Ponds Fish Hatchery; A Gem of an IBA (Important Bird Area)

    Bubbling Ponds Fish Hatchery; A Gem of an IBA (Important Bird Area)

    One of my favorite places to take people birdwatching near Sedona is the Page Springs Fish Hatchery, which is an excellent example of the cooperation that exists between state government and private groups like the Audubon Society. The Fish Hatchery is an 82 acre facility managed by the Arizona Department of Fish and Game, which […]
  • Summer Birds 2017

    Summer Birds 2017

    It’s been a phenomenal summer, with sightings of the eastern Yellow-throated Vireo and southern Arizona’s Rivoli’s Hummingbirds (formerly Magnificent Hummingbird) located in Oak Creek Canyon, to a Black and White Warbler in Boynton Canyon, and an eurasian Common Crane that has been foraging near Mormon Lake in Flagstaff, Birding Northern Arizona has been able to […]