It's that time of year again when the Wrenegades unite and try to find as many bird species as we can in one day! All the money raised goes towards Tucson Audubon.
|Northern Cardinal in my yard|
|The Hooded Oriole has just returned back to Tucson!|
|We begin with smiles at midnight and end with "zzzzz's" the next day|
|Black Phoebe at a local patch|
|Lesser Goldfinch feeds from local wildflowers near my home|
|Rabid Skunk territory! Be careful Tim!|
|A Common Black Hawk returns to a nest I monitor every year.|
|Blue-winged Teal dot the waterfowl counts|
|I would never bird urban Tucson at night but when we join together, nothing stops the Wrenegade!|
A Birdathon Big Day is an important way to share the excitement of being outdoors and watching birds while raising funds to support the programs that make this region a better place for us all to live(or visit!) and enjoy.
|The crew finds their second wind|
|Anna's Hummingbird hangs out at a local park feeding from the wildflowers|