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Tucson Phenology Trail Monitoring Locations
OUR MONITORING PARTNERS
Covering almost 75 miles in the greater Tucson, Arizona area, the Tucson Phenology Trail consists of walks at our wonderful partnering organization sites. The organizations below have established phenology walks on their property and utilize Nature's Notebook for education, management, or research. Want to join us? Learn how below.
Partner locations listed below in order of location, North to South. The numbers correspond to the locations on the Tucson Phenology Trail Google Map (at right).
1) The Arizona Trail Association
2) The Biosphere 2
3) Oracle State Park In Oracle. AZ
4) The Tucson Audubon Society's Mason Center on Hardy Road
5) Tohono Chul Park off of Ina Road
7) Pima County Natural Resources Parks and Recreation sites including:
- View a PDF map of the marked plants in the Garden
9) John B. Wright Elementary School, a part of UA SEECs
11) Manzo Elementary School
- View an interactive Google map of marked plants in the Krutch Garden
- Printable map of marked plants to use in the field
- View an album of photos with the plants visually located and labeled
- Check out a short video with some of the plants and animals you'll see when you visit the garden. Photos and arrangement by Phoebe L. Warren
13) The Sam Hughes Neighborhood Association.
14) Sam Hughes Elementary School
15) Mansfeld Middle School, sponsored by Arizona Trail Association, a part of UA SEECs group
- View an interactive Google map of the marked plants on the Mansfeld Perimeter walk
16) Borton Magnet Elementary School's Environmental Learning Lab, a part of UA SEECs group
17) The Tucson Mission Garden
- View maps of the marked plants at the Mission Garden Site
18) The University of Arizona's Tumamoc Hill
- View an interactive Google map of marked plants along the Tumamoc Hill Walk
19) The Santa Rita Experimental Range in Florida Canyon, Green Valley, Arizona
Want to join our Tucson Phenology Trail? We are looking for like-minded organizations to use phenology as a science and outreach tool in their existing programs. If your group:
- Provides outdoor education opportunities, teaches about ecology, science and climate literacy, and encourages spending time in nature
- Is a school or program looking to connect with a long-term scientific research project
- Has a site that is staffed by volunteers or paid staff members interested in leading programs related to phenology, who can be a site "phenology champion"
- Can commit to facilitating repeated phenology observation through time for our national phenology database
Then we invite you to join us! Contact our Education Coordinator for more details on how to participate and partner your organization.