Tubac HawkWatch, AZ

Don’t miss our field trip!

Join HWI along with raptor biologist and NY Times best-selling author Scott Weidensaul for a day of hawkwatching during the annual festival on March 16th! Click here to learn more: https://hawkwatch.org/event/tubac-hawkwatch-field-trip-with-scott-weidensaul/

February 15 – April 30
Daily 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. Weather Permitting

About the Site

Tubac HawkWatch is situated along the Santa Cruz River, funneling migrating raptors north of the site. This spring count site is said to be the easiest and best spot to see species that are uncommon in the rest of the United States, such as the Common Black, Zone-tailed, and Gray Hawks.

Long-term Raptor
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FAQ’s

The Site at a Glance

Our Partners

The Tubac HawkWatch would not be possible without the support of our partners. Thank you for investing in long-term raptor research, education, and conservation.

Join our Community of Raptor Conservationists

Curious what the crew is up to? Have questions about the local weather or the recent flight? Join our community of raptor conservationists in the Friends of Tubac HawkWatch Facebook Group!

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