Ramsey Canyon Preserve
Ramsey Canyon is an ecological crossroads located within the Upper San Pedro River Basin in southeastern Arizona. The canyon harbors more then 170 species of birds, such as the painted redstarts and many hummingbirds, more then 400 species of plants, from tiny mosses to towering firs. Many species of animals inhabit Ramsey Canyon , such as mountain lions, canyon tree frogs, rattlesnakes and dozens of varieties of butterflies.
If planning a visit to Ramsey Canyon you won't want to miss the hiking trails? You will find a diverse wildlife and habitats along the Hamburg Trail. The trail is an open-ended route that parallels Ramsey Creek before climbing 500 feet in half mile series of steep switchbacks. Enjoy other trails, nature walks, birding and nature history programs offered to adults and children.