Graceful reintroduction of mankind into his environment

  • Felix prowls…

  • Breakfast Nook Garden

  • CP Singletrack

  • Hummingbird Garden & Pond

  • Night Stalker

  • Perimeter Path Gardens

  • Baby J

  • Bike Shop rockers

  • Cartman

  • Mountain View Path

Welcome to the  Wild Outdoor World of Arizona!
“Let’s Go Outside…”

If your desire is a respite from the ‘human-centric’ paradigm, we are here for you.
Tucked into the western flank of the Santa Catalina Mountain foothills, our secluded location offers a natural escape.
WOW Arizona! is headquartered 20 miles north of the city of Tucson, on a three acre nature preserve, open to the public by appointment.
Visitors are welcomed to come see the gardens, to learn about native plants and wildlife. Please feel free and open to participating in one of our frequent Eco-Events.
When you are here, The Wild Outdoor World of Arizona is at your doorstep.


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You CAN zoom by moving mouse forward or, on a trackpad, use two fingers, spread them apart to enlarge, pull them together to shrink panorama. One finger in any direction to scan, look up or down.

Streaming LIVE Wildlife Cameras

   Our Garden/Feeder Camera                                                                Our Suet & Seed Feeder Camera


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Blog on creatures, rides, birds & our latest adventures…

Hummingbird Patios

Hummingbird Patios

We have two patios surrounded by hummingbird feeders, the Upper & Lower Hummingbird Patios. We provide comfortable seating for our guests in both areas. more



We will be adding a menu of suggested donations for people to visit and photograph our flora and fauna! more

Streaming ‘Mountain View’ Camera!

Streaming ‘Mountain View’ Camera!

We have added streaming wildlife cameras for you to view, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week! Our ‘Mountain View’ Camera looks out at our Main Pollinator Garden, with Samaniego Ridge of the Santa Catalina Mountains as a backdrop. Within the view, you’ll see homemade-suet in a feeder on the left. Cardinals, Pyrrhuloxias, Ladder-backed Woodpeckers, Western Scrub-jays, Curve-billed thrashers, Abert’s Towhees as well as hummingbirds are frequently seen while viewing our camera. We keep the suet full in the morning and refill throughout the day. The evening feed happens about an hour and a half before sunset, and, often quail and many other birds are feeding on the ground.… more

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Graceful reintroduction of mankind into his environment