Wyndham Canoa Ranch Invites Birders to Nest at Luxury Resort

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Tucson golf resort welcomes bird watchers for one of the biggest months of the year.

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Wyndham Canoa Ranch Resort

Every bird needs a nest, and the Wyndham Canoa Ranch Resort seeks to provide bird watchers and other vacationers with a nest of their own in the Arizona desert.

August is one of the best months for birding in Arizona, and the city of Tucson celebrates with the annual Tucson Bird & Wildlife Festival scheduled for Aug. 14-18. The event invites birders and wildlife enthusiasts from all over the world to come to the area. Due to longer daylight hours during the summer months, birders flock to the state to see many different species of birds, including Hummingbirds and Sparrows, nesting and interacting within their family groups. Many of the birds’ eggs will be hatching, so birders will be able to witness the start of a new generation.

Each year, enthusiasts flock to Southeastern Arizona, a popular bird watching location due to the diversity of species the area attracts. Migrations of birds such as the Rufous Hummingbird, Flycatchers, Warblers, Tanagers and Orioles reach their pinnacle during the late summer rainy season, making August an ideal month for Arizona birding.

Early mornings and late evenings around sunset are the most effective times for bird watching since the fowl are feeding. Guests of the resort near Tucson can fill the in-between hours with a variety of exciting indoor and outdoor activities.

The Green Valley, AZ, hotel offers guests the chance to tee off at either the Canoa Ranch or Torres Blancas golf club as well as swim in the heated outdoor pool. Vacationers can go hiking and biking or visit the Reid Park Zoo, San Xavier Mission, Tucson Botanical Gardens or take in a Tucson Padres Minor League baseball game. Whether birders are empty-nesters or just starting out while building their nest eggs, the Wyndham Canoa Ranch Resort offers affordable luxury and entertainment. The Tucson, AZ, golf resort also prides itself on The Spa at Canoa Ranch, a world-class facility with a comprehensive selection of services including massages, waxing, facials, manicures and pedicures.

After a long day of exploring and birding, visitors want to feel the comforts of home, and the resort strives to make every room a place where weary vacationers want to nestle for the night. Guest rooms with unrivaled views of the surrounding Arizona landscape feature luxurious king- or queen-sized pillow-top mattresses topped with cotton-rich sheets and plenty of fluffy pillows. Coffeemakers, complimentary high-speed Internet access, flat-screen TVs with a DVD players and mini-refrigerators are among amenities guests will appreciate.

For birders wanting to stay for the entire month and into September, the Wyndham Canoa Ranch Resort offers extended-stay vacation condos with even more amenities and services. Lodgers in the one- or two-bedroom condos also enjoy additional flat-screen televisions with DVD players in the living and bedrooms, dining tables, full-sized and fully equipped kitchens, gas fireplaces, living rooms with sofa beds and washers and dryers to make laundry day as convenient as possible.

About Wyndham Canoa Ranch Resort
The Wyndham Canoa Ranch Resort is 30 miles south of Tucson, Arizona, and convenient to Reid Park Zoo, San Xavier Mission, Tucson Botanical Gardens and the University of Arizona. The Green Valley resort features luxurious accommodations with sweeping views of mountains, sophisticated indoor and outdoor meeting spaces, two professional golf courses, an onsite restaurant and outdoor heated pool. For more information, visit http://www.canoaranchgolfresort.com.

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