Early Bird Gets the Breakfast at Oracle State Park!

March 22, 2019

PHOENIX – Spend your morning in the light of the early sun with the birds of southern Arizona! Oracle State Park is offering a special guided bird walk accompanied by breakfast this Saturday.A bright red cardinal sits on a tree branch at the park.

Start the weekend off with a moderate walk along Oracle State Park’s rolling hills, keeping a sharp eye out for the quail, cardinals, owls, and more that call the park home. The walk lasts about two hours, with plenty of opportunities to see many different bird species along the way, as well as many of the other types of wildlife in the area. 

Afterwards, stick around for coffee, treats, and a view on the cozy patio of the historic Kannally Ranch house! Discuss your sightings while you enjoy company and a meal! 

Please call the park in advance to reserve your space: (520) 896-2425. $10 fee includes park entry.

WHAT:  Birding and Breakfast

WHERE: Oracle State Park 

WHEN: March 30, 2019, 7:00 a.m.


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