Be a Witness to the Beauty of Nature Where Wildlife, Desert, and River Converge at an Arizona Bed & Breakfast
Hereford, AZ -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/03/2016 -- One of the most coveted spots for bird viewing in all of the American Southwest can be found just along the San Pedro River in Cochise County. Snuggly situated just moments from its beautiful banks, the lovely Casa de San Pedro Bed & Breakfast offers a quiet and relaxing getaway for birders and non-birders alike. Whether it's to simply to escape from the city, explore nature, enjoy fresh made delicious food or all of the above, this inviting oasis in the desert casts a spell of serenity on all its guests that is not soon forgotten.
With the Southwest Wings Spring Fling Festival coming into full swing May 4-7, now is a great time to visit the area and get a close up look at an abundance of some of the feathery wonders of Mother Nature during this height of spring migration. Tours hosted by local birding and naturalist guides to the best birding hotspots in the area are sure to be an exciting experience for folks of all ages and leave them longing for more. Fortunately, that thirst can be quenched during the second and arguably even more wondrous part of Southwest Wings Main Summer Festival (Aug 3-6) when the birds complete the cycle of their annual migration – this time accompanied by their chicks.
As if seeing the birds headed south with their young ones wasn't enough in and of itself, summer monsoon rains cause everything to turn green and plants to bloom thus creating a perfect habitat just in time for the birds' return. To learn more about registration, lectures being given, and even see a sneak preview of some of the wildlife, visit www.swwings.org.
No place could be more suitable of a location to witness these marvelous spectacles of nature than Casa de San Pedro whose values of environmental friendliness align with those of Southwest Wings. Continually making improvements so as to lessen their impact on the earth, Casa de San Pedro has done everything from re-landscaping its property so as to dramatically cut water usage, installing solar panels (over 100 panels so far!), and installing high efficiency cooling and heating systems. In addition to this, they have also sponsored many local conservation organizations in an effort to spread awareness and contribute to clean up efforts. It's little wonder that up to 355 resident & migrant bird species visit their feeders!
To book a stay in the heart of birding country that is sure to have a deep and lasting impact, contact Casa de San Pedro today. Their friendly staff makes all visitors feel as if at home from the first phone call to the final day of visiting.
About Casa de San Pedro
Casa de San Pedro was built in 1996 and designed as a premiere lodging destination for birders. Casa de San Pedro is a perfect getaway for relaxing, hiking, and bird-watching. The inn features a central courtyard with fountain and flowers surrounded by flying birds and butterflies. The inn is perfect as a retreat locale for management planning teams, professional groups, clubs, organizations, and reunions. They provide opportunities to read, complete a diary, plan hikes, meet other guests, and gather tips on local hikes.