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We dropped by the center and were impressed by the building as both display and education center. It opens of plantings of native species and provides access to the Salt River and riparian wetland. While there, an elementary class was happily engaged with a docent,...More
This center has done a great job of cleaning up the Salt Rivee and creating a wildlife habitat just a few miles from downtown Phoenix. Excellent, easy opportunity for wildlife education in the heart of the city. And a restoration project that is restoring a...More
The building is beautiful and the grounds are decent but we were very uncomfortable while we were walking around since we were afraid of being accosted by the homeless people who inhabit the river bed. We went to three of the locations - Central (where...More
What a terrific visit! They offered a very educational and fun event when we visited (10/20) which kids dressed up in their Halloween outfits and learned about animals in this part of country. A few animals were brought from Zoo (owls/ferret/snakes) so kids and adults...More
My nephew has done the spring break camp and this will be his second time doing the summer break camp. He LOVES it. He is kept very busy and best of all, he learns a lot about the environment, animals and how important everything is....More
We happened upon the Audubon Center while driving back from Phoenix to Scottsdale. We saw the signage on the main road and turned in. The building itself was closed but the trails were open. It was hot in the middle of the afternoon. Bring plenty...More
The Audubon Center is new, spacious and informative. It's beautiful inside the building but because of its newness, the vegetation by the trails is not fully grown. The paved path that follows along the river is a great place to walk or bike, but the...More