All audio guides are narrated by Rose Houk and recorded and produced by

Diane Hope with funding from the AZGFD Heritage Fund grant #U13001. 

Get started by clicking below and listening to an introduction on our Audio Guides. 

 
 

Full Audio Guide Library

Ground squirrels & birding at The Arboretum. More site info


Park history, chorus frogs & butterflies.

More site info


Birds, raccoons, striped skunks, & tiger salamanders. More site info


Pines, oaks, cavity nesting birds, & all about Abert's squirrels. More site info


Get the low down on prairie dog towns.

More site info 


Bird life, pond life & fishing. More site info


Upland oasis with intriguing insects & info on Arizona black rattlesnakes. More site info


Waterfowl, rails & shore birds. More site info


 

Pinyon jays, waterfowl & elk calls. More site info


Flagstaff's 'banana belt' with great birding & big cats. More site info


A mini canyon with a big surprise! More site info


Ancient petroglyphs, birding in all seasons & mammals galore. More site info


Mountain tree frogs & bats. More site info


Dragonflies, damselflies, and a guide to watching migrating birds. More site info


Big game country. More site info


Urban birding through the seasons. More site info: Sawmill County Park & Sinclair Wash


A site for all seasons with bald eagles, great blue herons & elk. More site info


Guide to identifying scat

 
 
 

If you're at an AWWE site in the middle of the day it might be difficult to see some of the larger game or other mammals. One of the best ways to identify who has been on the trail before you is to look for scat. 

Lynne Nemeth, Director of The Arboretum at Flagstaff, describes some of the most common mammal scat that you're likely to see; how to tell elk, mule deer, and rabbit scat apart; and how to distinguish coyote and fox scat from domestic dog poop. She also explains the difference between scat produced by bobcat and mountain lion from the canids (dogs, foxes, coyotes, and wolves), as well as how to tell an owl pellet from mammal scat. Introduced by Rose Houk, recorded and produced by Diane Hope with funding from the AZGFD Heritage Fund. 

 


 

We would like to thank the following contributors: 

These audio guides would not have been possible without their help and generosity in sharing their knowledge.  

Rick Miller, Larry Stevens, Tad Theimer, Jason Wilder, Bea Cooley, Chuck LaRue, Terry Blows, Carol Chambers, Sylvester Allred, Con Slobodchikoff, Jodi Griffith, Erika Nowak, Paul Beier, Susi MacVean, Lynne Nemeth, Chuck Benedict, David McKee, Tom Mackin, Troy Corman, Tom McCall, Evelyn Billo, Jeff Propster, Zack Zdinack, Peter Price, Karen Mallis-Clark, Jim David, Loren LeSueur, Jessica Gist, Mark Ogonowski, Joe Szewczak, David Marshall, Tammy Bishop, & Mike Webster.

Special thanks to Jeanne Trupiano, Michael Mahr, Gail Vagts, Judy Weiss and the staff at Coconino County Parks & Recreation for help administering this grant.