Casa De San Pedro B&B near Hereford, Arizona was built with bird watchers in mind. I have visited several lodges in east Africa built with wildlife watchers in mind, but it is rare to find North American lodging built to maximize wildlife watching. The Casa De San Pedro B&B is located within strolling distance of the San Pedro River. Over 350 species of birds are found in this habitat and over 80 species of mammals – one of the largest concentrations in the western hemisphere.
The ten rooms are built around an inner courtyard with fountains and bird feeders. Common rooms have large windows overlooking bird feeders and foliage planted to attract birds. Scopes, binoculars and nature books are within easy reach. Food is available at all hours to fill the bellies of early risers and a beautiful pool is perfect for reclining mid afternoon.
Each week in summer – except for when the females are on the nest – the Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory holds hummingbird bandings sessions on the grounds. Guests can watch and hold birds as they are banded and data gathered.
Catering to nature lovers has been good for business. The B&B runs near full occupancy from spring to fall. If you would like to see more on how the Bed and Breakfast experience has been reinvented, watch my video at http://youtu.be/fO6E3uI2GoM
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