Patagonia Sonoita Creek Preserve
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Patagonia Sonoita Creek Preserve

Patagonia Sonoita Creek Preserve

Home to one of Arizona’s few permanently flowing streams, endangered fish, butterflies and birds, the elevation at the Patagonia Sonoita Creek Preserve is 4,000 feet. The best months for birding are March through September. Late April and May, and late August and September, offer the greatest diversity of species, including migrants and spring/summer residents. Winter is the season for sparrows and occasional southern vagrants such as the rufous-backed robin.

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