Tucson Audubon Society: Southeast Arizona Birding Festival – Introduction to Southeast Arizona Tyrant Flycatchers

The largest family of birds in the world, Tyrant Flycatchers, includes an amazing diversity of species. 

Flycatchers regularly pose identification challenges due to similar plumages and overlap with similar species range and habitat.  As part of this workshop, you will learn about useful characteristics and behaviors that aid in flycatcher identification.  This workshop places an emphasis on bill shape and size, wing length, and primary projection in relation to Tyranid genera and species identification.  This workshop will start with an overview of the family characteristic, and then cover flycatchers that might be seen during the festival.

  • 1:30pm – 2:30pm
  • $10/person + Festival Registration


All activities (unless otherwise noted) for the Southeast Arizona Birding Festival will be based out of the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Tucson – Reid Park445 South Alvernon Way, Tucson, Arizona, 520-881-4200.


Part of the Southeast Arizona Birding Festival!

Proceeds from this event support Tucson Audubon’s work to protect birds and the places they live and your participation illustrates value of our region’s spectacular biodiversity. Together we can send an important message that Birders Mean Business – THANK YOU!

  • Audience: Adult
  • Genre: Field Sciences
  • Type: Expo/Festival, Workshop

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Aug 12 2022


1:30 pm - 2:30 pm



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