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"To Do's"
Be like Lee! - sleep under the Junipers in the hammock after a hard
morning banding hummingbirds.

Visit the  Chiricahua Gallery - open year 'round, closed day of  the week may vary.

Snow!!! - Any given weekend in February, can bring rain, snow, sleet and hail.
Temperature range is broad, between the teens and the 60's.

At night we watch the nectar feeding bats, and if you plan ahead,
you might be able to observe a satellite or two as they traverse the sky.  Occasionally, we even observe a "wing flash"  from the solar arrays.  For predictions in our area, go to:  Heavens Above - Satellite Track Prediction Site.   
Latitude 3156N, Longitude 10913W, Altitude 5430 feet.



A few additional suggestions:
1.  Watch the Birds

   
Female Broad Tailed Hummingbird - with Pollen "patch"                                      Juniper Titmouse                                                                              Yellow Rumped Warbler
Photographs by Jackie Lewis, Copyright 2002

2.  Catch Butterflys

Photograph by Jackie Lewis, Copyright 2002

3.  Watch the Coue's deer

Photograph courtesy of George Buchanan, Copyright 2002

3.  Go to the Rodeo 4th of July Parade
 
Photographs courtesy of George Buchanan, Copyright 2002    

4.  Enjoy evenings on the porch

Your host and hostess, Winston and Jackie Lewis with nephew Cody Buchanan.  Photograph by George Buchanan, Copyright 2002

5.  Watch nectar feeding bats hit the feeders

    
Photograph by Jackie Lewis, Copyright 2002

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