Other excellent birding sites in the area include:
Adobe Village Graham Sedona Bed and Breakfast Inn: On the back patio of our Sedona B&B we have bird feeders and hummingbird feeders. So far we have observed Gambel's Quail (very fun to watch when their babies are young and chasing behind them), Cooper's Hawk, Scrub Jay, Bluebirds, Robins, Phainopepla, Western Tanager, Northern Cardinal, black-headed Grosbeak, Oriole, lots of House finch's, and lots of hummingbirds (especially in August). In August we go though a gallon of hummingbird food a day...that's alot of hummingbirds!
Beasley Flat, a lush riparian area just a few miles south of the town of Camp Verde.
Camp Verde Riparian Preserve.125 acres owned and managed by the Salt River Project "to provide habitat for the endangered southwestern willow flycatcher and the yellow-billed cuckoo." Many other species also flock to the site.
Dead Horse Ranch State Park, a 423-acre park, which is an oasis for wildlife and includes the Verde River Greenway with its cottonwood-willow habitat along the Verde River.
Mingus Mountain, an easily accessible high-altitude home for bluebirds, white-breasted nuthatches, olive warblers and other species.
Montezuma Well, a riparian habitat that attracts water birds and open-country species, such as flycatchers, vireos and thrashers. It is a nesting home for hawks, cuckoos and canyon and rock wrens.
Oak Creek Canyon, a diverse riparian area and the state's second most popular canyon. Possible sightings range from the black-chinned sparrow and bridled titmouse to peregrine falcons, hummingbirds, tanagers, towhees, vireos and other species.
Red Rock State Park,Meet up with other bird lovers at the visitors center every Wednesday and Saturday morning and enjoy a leisurely stroll through one of the most popular parks in Northern Arizona . Bird enthusiasts can join a naturalist for a “Guided Bird Walk”. Beginning as well as advanced birders are welcome. Rangers recommend that visitors being their own binoculars. A limited number are available for loan from the Park. To contact the park about schedules, or reservations for some of their most popular hikes, call 928.282.6907 or visit http://azstateparks.com/Parks/RERO/
Sycamore Canyon, where black-hawk and bald eagles nest and there are possible sightings of other birds such as hawks, doves, herons and migrating sparrows. The canyon is accessible by hiking and the Verde Canyon Railroad.