A Lecture Series to View from Home
Want more wildlife in your life? The Wildlife Viewing Program offers virtual live events where AZGFD biologists take an in-depth look at different Arizona wildlife species. Each month, you can learn more about a species in your state right from home.
WHEN: Monthly, January – December
DURATION: 1.5 hours
WHO CAN ATTEND: Ages 10 and up
WHY ATTEND: Learn about Arizona’s wildlife from the comfort of your own home.
WHAT TO EXPECT: Attend a relaxed, introductory level learning about different wildlife species.
about the event
Join AZGFD biologists & award-winning photographer, George Andrejko, at Whitewater Draw Wildlife Area in McNeal, Arizona, which is a roosting site for 20,000+ Sandhill Cranes each winter. Join us to learn more about these beautiful creatures through observation and photography! George will be available for both novice and experienced photographers on how to photograph these amazing animals.
Participants register and pay online for the tour.
about the species
Our Wildlife Lecture Series covers the natural history, biology and conservation of many different species including but not limited to: wolves, coyotes, peregrine falcons, rattlesnakes, javelina, waterbirds, and more.
Experience Arizona’s wildlife from the comfort of your own home. Events can fill up fast so register to secure your spot at an event today.
Already registered? Looking for ways to engage with wildlife in the meantime? Check out our live wildlife viewing cams. These cameras are streaming 24 hours a day to allow for an intimate glimpse of the daily lives of these fascinating animals. Wherever you are, get connected.
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