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Water is essential for life, and in our desert environment it is becoming scarce. MaryAnn Capehart with the University of Arizona’s Cooperative Extension Waterwise Program will speak on how to visualize the watersheds in the topography of Cochise County. She will also comment on watershed moments in conservation in Cochise County, and discuss things we all can do to preserve our watersheds for the future.Find out more »
In this program birding expert Rick Romea will help us start to develop a common language to describe bird vocalizations, using examples from common southwest birds. Then we will introduce some of the simple tricks that take the mystery out of birding by ear, including name-saying, mnemonics and memory tricks, cadence and sound quality tip-offs, sound-alike birds, and figuring out trillers.Find out more »
There are hundreds of walls in Old Bisbee because it was built in a canyon. In the early twentieth century thousands of miners came to work in the copper mines and built walls to hold up their homes on the steep hillsides. The walls are all unique. Now Bisbee is an arts community and many artists have decorated walls. Bisbee Walls: Past and Present author, Colleen Crowlie will show a sampling of Bisbee’s finest walls and introduce the masons and…Find out more »