Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory, Inc. Overview
Geographic areas served: southeastern Arizona, northwestern Mexico
The Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory was founded in 1996 to address the region’s growing needs for educational activities, ecotourism development and conservation-oriented research on both public and private lands. Working cooperatively with government agencies, other non-profit organizations, businesses, and private landowners, SABO acts as an advocate for the birds of southeastern Arizona, their habitats, and the diversity of species that share those habitats.
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How many people have come to love birding just listening to Sheri and Tom talk about it? I'm one of them. I went on a trip with them and came back with a fire in my belly. It's not just interesting when you're with them, it's exciting. I don't get to spend a lot of time with them as I am often out ... more »
My first encounter was a Hummingbird Banding session at the San Pedro House in SE Arizona. The experience was simply incredible with the volunteers and their operation. The level of skill, care and dedication of the group to it's efforts and it's mission is without question...it's for the birds! ... more »