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Ramsey Canyon Inn (opened 1988)

29 Ramsey Canyon Road
Hereford, Arizona 85615
Ramsey Canyon Inn web site
Ramsey Canyon Preserve (The Nature Conservancy) web site

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Ramsey Canyon Inn (opened 1988)
Coordinates: 31.4486597, -110.3068952
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About Ramsey Canyon Inn
For over 25 years this nationally-acclaimed inn has been offering guest comfort & hospitality in a world-class setting. The Arizona Republic proclaimed Ramsey Canyon Inn to be one of the “Top 10 Bed & Breakfasts in Arizona”.

Ramsey Canyon is the hummingbird capital of the United States, come for the birding, come for the hiking, come for the history or just come to relax and be with nature. Truly a hummingbird haven, there are 15 species visiting our numerous hummingbird feeders around the property.

A nature lovers’ paradise, there are frequent visits from deer, coatimundi, wild turkey and a myriad of other birds and animals that live in the neighborhood.
From Ramsey Canyon Inn web site

About Ramsey Canyon Preserve
Ramsey Canyon, located in the Huachuca Mountains within the Upper San Pedro River Basin in southeastern Arizona, is renowned for its outstanding scenic beauty and the diversity of its plant and animal life. This diversity is the result of the interplay of geology, biogeography, topography, and climate.

Southeastern Arizona is an ecological crossroads, where the Sierra Madre of Mexico, the Rocky Mountains, and the Sonoran and Chihuahuan deserts all come together. The abrupt rise of mountains like the Huachucas from the surrounding arid grasslands creates “sky islands” that harbor tremendous habitat diversity and form stepping stones to the tropics. This combination of factors gives Ramsey Canyon Preserve its notable variety of plant and animal life, including such southwestern specialties as Apache and Chihuahua pines, ridge-nosed rattlesnake, lesser long-nosed bat, elegant trogon, and berylline and violet-crowned hummingbirds.
From Ramsey Canyon Preserve (The Nature Conservancy) web site