Wed. Feb. 14 at 7 p.m.
Arizona was granted statehood on February 14, 1912. Arizona Statehood Day celebrates the history and culture of the 48th state.
Enjoy local programming from Arizona PBS in honor of the day!
Check out the previews to our local programming and how you can support AZPBS!
Birdwatching Across Arizona
Whether their wingspans are 3 inches, or 9 feet, watching birds do what they do is a fun and entertaining hobby for the whole family and can be as easy as stepping out into your own backyard. Find out how to get started bird watching, meet folks who share their birding passion, and visit some unique hideaways along the way.
Stewart Udall: The Politics of Beauty
Stewart Udall was the most prominent and effective Secretary of the Interior in American history. In this feature documentary, learn about the trajectory of Udall’s life from his childhood through his Mormon mission, his World War II service, his student years at the University of Arizona, his time in Congress, and then, most significantly, his years as Secretary of the Interior and beyond.
Choose a program when you show your support for Arizona PBS and unlock an exclusive reward! Upon selection of “Birdwatching Across Arizona,” you’ll receive a “Birding Across Arizona” DVD, the “Birds of Arizona Field Guide, 2nd Edition,” or the Birdwatching Bundle that includes the book, DVD, “Watching Wildlife” booklet, and two pamphlets. When selecting “Stewart Udall: The Politics of Beauty,” you’ll receive an Arizona PBS tote bag, the Udall Documentary DVD, or the DVD Bundle: Udall Documentary, Kolb Brothers, Monumental Arizona, River of Stone, Seasons of a Navajo.