After a wet winter across much of the country, signs of spring are popping up all over. Here in Tucson where our National Coordinating Office is located, we were hit with a rare snowstorm last week, covering our iconic saguaro cacti in white. Despite that, I have two Curve-billed Thrashers building a nest in my yard, and the Parry's penstemon and other wildflowers are getting ready to bloom.
Read on for some resources to help you with your spring observations. Looking for something new this year? We have campaigns to join and new species for you to add to your list.