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Prescott, Sedona, Flagstaff, and Phoenix

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The general reservation calendar specifically covers guides within Southeastern Arizona (Tucson area and south and east from there). For the greater Phoenix/Maricopa area please see Gordon Karre’s calendar directly. For Prescott, Sedona, Flagstaff, and Phoenix, see Felipe Guerrero’s calendar directly.

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Felipe Guerrero



Felipe is originally a native of Virginia but relocated to Arizona in 2006. Since then, he hasn’t looked back (except at birds) and spends as much time as possible exploring the most remote and under-birded corners of Arizona. His home - the Mogollon Highlands of central Arizona - boasts a spectacular array of biological communities and some of the most unique and picturesque landscapes in the state. His Prescott-based guide service, Mogollon Birding Tours, was born out of a love of exploring birds in this remarkable ecoregion and sharing that experience with others. Birding with Felipe is as much about natural history of the southwest as it is about seeking Arizona’s specialty birds. When not out birding you can find him at the Highlands Center for Natural History, in Prescott, where he is Education Director.