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Tucson Phenology Trail Site Locations
Covering almost 75 miles in the greater Tucson, Arizona area, the Tucson Phenology Trail consists of walks at our wonderful partnering organization sites. You will find a sample of the species we are tracking and some local science questions here. Participate in Nature's Notebook and add your favorite Tucson group to your account—you can make observations there when you visit.
Partner locations listed below in order of location, North to South.
- The Biosphere 2
- The Arizona Trail Association
- Oracle State Park In Oracle. AZ
- Pima Community College Northwest Campus
- The Tucson Audubon Society's Mason Center on Hardy Road
- The Tortolita Middle School on Hardy Road
- Tohono Chul Park off of Ina Road
- Sweetwater Wetlands sponsored by Arizona Project Wet and Tucson Water
- Tucson Village Farm
- Pima County Natural Resources Parks and Recreation's Agua Caliente Park, Picture Rocks Park, Littletown Recreation and Community Center, and Drexel Heights Community Center
- The Tucson Botanical Garden on Alvernon Road
- View a PDF map of the marked plants in the Garden
- The University of Arizona Arboretum's Joseph Wood Krutch Garden
- 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
- The Sam Hughes Neighborhood Association.
- View an interactive Google map of the marked plants in the neighborhood.
- Print a PDF map that you can take on your walk.
- Sam Hughes Elementary School
- Mansfeld Middle School, sponsored by Arizona Trail Association
- View an interactive Google map of the marked plants on the Mansfeld Perimeter walk
- The Rincon Heights Neighborhood Association
- Manzo Elementary School
- The Tucson Mission Garden
- View maps of the marked plants at the Mission Garden Site
- The University of Arizona's Tumamoc Hill
- View an interactive Google map of marked plants along the Tumamoc Hill Walk
- Watershed Management Group Living Lab on Dodge Blvd, Tucson
- The Borton Magnet Elementary School's Environmental Learning Lab
- The Santa Rita Experimental Range in Florida Canyon, Green Valley, Arizona