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To sign-up for the Wings Over Willcox field trips, it is necessary to first register as a participant of the festival. On-line registration requires a credit card as payment. Secure on-line transactions are provided through PayPal and all credit cards are accepted.  Please note that a PayPal account is NOT REQUIRED to accept payment. To pay by check, please print out the registration form and send by mail.

To register, please click on any of the Register links on this page and follow the instructions. There is a $20.00 non-refundable registration fee for each participant.  

On-line registration closes midnight, Friday, January 6, 2023.  Registration or field trips that have not Sold Out will be possible at the registration desk during the festival You may also email us at or call us at 520-384-2874 and we will return your message as soon as possible, most likely the week of January 8th.  We look forward to seeing you at the festival!



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Sunday 01/15/23
26 Southwest Winter Specialties - SUN   Remaining Tickets: 2
Meet at WCC:   6:50 AM  Return:   3:00 PM  $80.00   

Some of the most sought-after birds in North America spend their winters here in Cochise County. The tour travels the wetlands, grasslands, agriculture fields, and foothills of the Sulphur Springs Valley and includes stops at Whitewater Draw and Cochise Stronghold. The tour will look for Scaled Quail, Arizona Woodpecker, Mountain Plover, Sage Sparrow, Chestnut-Collared Longspur, Vermilion Flycatcher, and Bendire's Thrasher, as well as a variety of waterfowl, raptors and shorebirds, as well as a variety of waterfowl, raptors and shorebirds. Be ready for other rare and exciting finds. Approximately one mile of easy to moderate walking with several stops. Intermediate to Advanced. Includes lunch, drinks, and rest stops.

Trip Leaders: To Be Decided  

27 Daylong Sparrow Seek   Remaining Tickets: 1
Meet at WCC:   7:50 AM  Return:   3:00 PM  $80.00   

The grasslands of the Sulphur Springs Valley are well known for the diversity of sparrows, towhees, and longspurs that are winter residents. Over 24 species of Passerellidae (members of the sparrow family) may winter in Cochise County and as many as 19 species have been observed during the festival weekend. The tour starts with an hour-long class on sparrow identification, followed by a field trip seeking over 15 sparrow species. Approximately 1- 1 1/2 mile of easy to moderate walking that includes agricultural fields and brushy areas. Intermediate to Advanced. Includes lunch, drinks, and rest stops.

Trip Leaders: To Be Decided  

28 Daylong Hawk Stalk   Remaining Tickets: 3
Meet at WCC:   8:50 AM  Return:   3:00 PM  $70.00   

Explore Sulphur Springs Valley, a hawk-watcher's dream during the winter months when large numbers of raptors are seen throughout the area. Approximately 1/2 mile of easy walking. Beginner to Intermediate. There will be rest stops.

Trip Leaders: To Be Decided  


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