Birding Hotspots Where to Go Birding

Santa Cruz River–Crossroads at Silverbell District Park

7548 North Silverbell Road
Tucson, Arizona 85743
Town of Marana Parks webpage
Santa Cruz River webpage
Santa Cruz River map

Also, see Santa Cruz River

Bar Charts by Season by Month
All Months
Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb
Spring Summer Fall Winter

eBird Hotspot

Pima County

Santa Cruz River–Crossroads at Silverbell District Park
Coordinates: 32.348157, -111.0942
eBird links: Hotspot mapView detailsRecent visits
My eBird links: Location life listSubmit data

Birding in Arizona

About Silverbell District Park
+ Lighted Ball Fields
+ Lighted Soccer/Multi-Use Fields
+ Ramadas with Grills
+ Group Ramada with Grill
+ Lighted Tennis Courts
+ Lighted Basketball Courts
+ Lighted Volleyball Courts
+ Lighted Dog Park
+ Lighted, Covered Playground Areas
+ Horseshoe Pit
+ Access to Santa Cruz Shared Use Path
From Town of Marana Parks webpage

About Santa Cruz River
The Santa Cruz River is about 184 miles long. It begins in the high grasslands of the San Rafael Valley east of Patagonia. At first, it runs south into Sonora Mexico for several miles before it changes its mind and heads north back into Arizona where it passes the early Spanish missions of Tumacacori and San Xavier del Bac, and the old Spanish Presidio de Tucson about 70 miles north of the International Border.
From Santa Cruz River webpage