Learn the secrets to bird watching in Arizona

Whether their wingspans are 3 ½ inches, or 9 ½ feet, watching birds do what they do is a fun and entertaining hobby for the whole family. It can be as easy as stepping out into your own back yard.

Come along as we travel the state to find out how to get started bird watching, meet folks who are happy to share their birding passion, and visit some unique hideaways along the way. “Birdwatching Across Arizona” airs Saturday, Mar. 14 at 4 p.m.

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