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Sonoita Grasslands & Santa Rita Mountains
Ken Blankenship is permanently based in beautiful Cochise County, Arizona. His greatest local knowledge is the Huachuca Mountains: Ramsey Canyon, Miller Canyon, Carr Canyon, Hunter Canyon, Huachuca Canyon, Ida/Oversite Canyons, Scotia/Sunnyside Canyons, etc. Ken also regularly guides individuals and small groups throughout Southeast  Arizona: Las Cienegas NCA,  Santa Rita Mountains (Madera Canyon, Florida Canyon, east flank, etc.), Patagonia Lake SP & Sonoita Creek corridor, Harshaw Rd & the San Rafael Grasslands, Patagonia Mountains (Humboldt Canyon), Mt. Lemmon, Pena Blanca Lake & Canyon, and by special arrangement to the more distant California Gulch (Ruby Road) or the Chiricahua Mountains (near the New Mexico border). He can meet your every birding need, whether it be searching for specific target species, maximizing Life Birds for first-timers, exploring excellent under-birded "off the beaten path" locations, or designing customized individual or small group itineraries. Please visit the ABOUT page to read Ken's bio!
CURRENT FULL-DAY RATES* (2018):   $225.00/1-2 people, $25.00 each additional**
*6-8 hours starting at dawn; nocturnal birding/owling  by request
                                                                                                                 **Plus meet-up fee (if applicable); see  Rates & Policies )
CALL OR EMAIL WITH QUESTIONS!  (770) 317-8486  kenblankenshipbirding "AT"

are available July-August, but must be booked 3-4 months ahead, minimum        CLICK HERE for more information

Sample 2018 eBird Checklists!
(Click on yellow locations/dates)
...with Ken Blankenship and
  East West Birding Tours!

Santa Gertrudis Lane, 11 February 2018 (30 species)
(Sinaloa Wren, Rufous-backed Robin, Abert's Towhee, etc.)
Upper Ramsey Canyon, 26 April 2018 (56 species)
(Flame-colored Tanager, Tufted Flycatcher, Elegant Trogon, Violet-crowned Hummingbird, Red-faced Warbler, etc.)
Las Cienegas NCA 6 November 2017 (13 species)
(Baird's Sparrow, Chestnut-collared Longspur, etc.)