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Chiricahua National Monument

Willcox, Arizona 85643
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Chiricahua National Monument
Coordinates: 32.0054606, -109.3566656
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Chiricahua NM–Bonita Canyon CG
Coordinates: 32.0112829, -109.3551126
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Chiricahua NM–Bonita Creek Trail
Coordinates: 32.009856, -109.384197
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Chiricahua NM–Echo Canyon Loop Trail only
Coordinates: 32.0076393, -109.3151236
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Chiricahua NM–Faraway Ranch
Coordinates: 32.0081078, -109.3723914
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Chiricahua NM–Massai Point
Coordinates: 32.0073299, -109.3120229
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Tips for birding Chiricahua National Monument
On the west side of the range lies Chiricahua National Monument, also known as “The Wonderland of Rocks.” Eerie spires of rhyolite are the park’s biggest attraction, but wildlife is also abundant. Watch for the occasional Zone-tailed Hawk or Golden Eagle soaring high above the formations and Hepatic Tanager, Juniper and Bridled Titmice, Grace’s Warbler, and Strickland’s Woodpecker in the lush forests of the canyon bottoms. The second Berylline Hummingbird nest ever discovered in the U.S. was found here. The park is accessible from the Sulphur Springs Valley via AZ-181 from Sunizona or AZ-186 from Willcox, or you can stop in on your way down from Onion Saddle.
From Southeast Arizona Birding Observatory

About Chiricahua National Monument
A “Wonderland of Rocks” is waiting for you to explore at Chiricahua National Monument. The 8-mile paved scenic drive and 17-miles of day-use hiking trails provide opportunities to discover the beauty, natural sounds, and inhabitants of this 11,985-acre site. Visit the Faraway Ranch Historic District to discover more about the people who have called this area home.
From Chiricahua National Monument webpage