The following organizations and books provide more information about wildlife viewing in Northeastern Arizona.
Contact the following organizations for more information about events, recreational activities, and hospitality.
Regional Chambers of Commerce
Contact the following Chambers of Commerce for area lodging, services, and additional attractions.
- Alpine: (928) 339-4330 | website
- Heber/Overgaard: (928) 535-5777 | website
- Pinetop-Lakeside: (928) 367-4290 | website
- Show Low: (928) 537-2326 | website
- Snowflake: (928) 536-4331 | website
- Springerville-Eagar : (928) 333-2123 | website
- St. Johns: (928) 337-2000
Arizona Game and Fish Department
Pinetop regional office (928) 367-4281 | website
- High Country Hummers Festival | website and information
- White Mountains wildlife areas open to public
- Summer wildlife speaker programs at Pinetop office
- Wildlife and birding festivals in Arizona | website and information
- Arizona wildlife viewing information | website and information
Arizona White Mountains Trail System | website
Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests
(928) 333-4301 | website
- Recreational information on camping and hiking
- White Mountains birding checklist
White Mountain Audubon Society
- Monthly meetings with speaker programs
- Monthly field trips
Arizona State Parks
(602) 542-4174 or (800) 285-3703 | website
Individual park websites can be accessed through general website
White Mountain Nature Center
WMNC is your gateway to enjoying and understanding the ecology of the beautiful White Mountains region of Arizona.
Arizona Office of Tourism
(602) 364-3700 | website
The Wildlife Viewing Guide of Arizona is a unique, multi-agency project developed in cooperation with Watchable Wildlife, Incorporated. From cacti-covered desert plains to high-elevation grasslands and mountain forests, this full-color book will lead you to Arizona’s premier wildlife viewing locations and will improve your chances of seeing wildlife once there. Included are:
- Detailed descriptions of each site
- Maps and access information
- Helpful viewing tips
- Color photos that celebrate Arizona’s wildlife heritage and awe inspiring scenery
You can purchase the guide at any Arizona Game and Fish Department office and many bookstores.