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The San Pedro River features some of the richest wildlife habitat in the Southwest.
Here you’ll find 82 species of mammals, dozens of different reptiles and amphibians and nearly 350 species of birds. In addition,
the river supports one of the largest cottonwood-willow forest canopies remaining in Arizona and is one of the last free-flowing
rivers in the Southwest.
Join one of our trained docents on an Interpretive River Walk to discover why the San Pedro River is one of the top ten endangered rivers and named by the Nature Conservancy as one of the Last Great Places.
The interpretive river walks are usually 1½ to 2 miles long over easy terrain. They are slower-paced than a hike and suitable for most adults and children.
River walks depart from the San Pedro House at 9:00am
April - September at 8am.