Join Naturalist Journeys for an unpack and relax Southeast Arizona nature tour, based out of our favorite B&B, the Casa de San Pedro. The pace and itinerary for this tour are loose; do as much or as little as you wish! Senior (and local) Guide Bob Behrstock is your captain for the week.
Choose from birding, hiking, history, and a sample of local wines as we enjoy the region’s fun local restaurants. Enjoy pleasant days afield at a relaxing pace, designed for you to still be able to enjoy the Casa and all its charms. Bob focuses on the birding and natural history of the region, while Naturalist Journeys’ owner Peg Abbott visits to offer some of her favorite walks and a bit of local exploring, adding in her blend of geology and birds.
January is a stunning time to explore on an Arizona tour; visit Arizona’s Sky Island mountain ranges, a wonderful escape from cold weather and perfectly timed for relaxation after the holidays. What could be more rejuvenating than a week at the Casa de San Pedro!
- Visit hotspots like Ramsey and Miller Canyons, the feeders at Ash Canyon, the San Pedro River, and more
- Witness tens of thousands of Sandhill Cranes as they feed throughout the day and fly in at sunset
- Watch for a variety of wintering raptors in the Sulphur Springs Valley at Whitewater Draw
- Hike trails at Coronado Memorial, local canyons, and on the Arizona Trail
- Enjoy time to lunch, shop, and explore in the colorful and historic town of Bisbee; see the museum at Fort Huachuca and the remarkable Amerind Foundation
- Indulge on delicious catered meals and dining at our favorite local restaurants … be sure to save room for the Casa’s famous homemade pie!
Photo credits: Banners: Cave Creek Canyon by Steve Wolfe; Naturalist Journeys Stock; Montezuma Quail by Greg Smith; Patagonia, Arizona by Kathy Pasierb; Sandhill Cranes by Peg Abbott; Great Horned Owl by Greg Smith; Long-eared Owl by Greg Smith; Gila Monster by Tamara Winkler; Gila Woodpecker by Sandy Sorkin; Pyrrhuloxia by Terry Peterson; Roadrunner by Peg Abbott; Coati by Peg Abbott; Dull Firetip by Pat Owens;