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Came to photograph birds - what a heavenly place! Not only does Mary Jo have the species, she's also got loads of patience and brilliant tips for attracting certain birds to your yard (get her suet recipe!). Her new blind is fantastic, chairs so comfortable...More
We did not stay at the casita. This however is a much stop if you are in the area to see the yard birds and watch the feeders. Very nicely maintained property with chairs at feeder stations. Great variety of yard birds and the Lucifer...More
We were told not to miss this place if we wanted to see birds. We really went for the hummingbirds but the number of other species was spectacular! Mexican jays, Acorn woodpeckers, Scotts orioles, Yellow-rumped warblers, turkeys, and of course the hummers - just to...More
My husband and I stayed at the Ash Canyon casita. It is a lovely little efficiency, quite comfortable and well-stocked with breakfast foods. The hummingbird gardens are only a few steps from the door and provide a place to relax, take photos and enjoy a...More
This is my fourth time visiting Southwest Arizona but my first time visiting Ash Canyon B & B. I had heard about it from someone coming to AZ for a hummingbird tour. It was wonderful to be able to visit for the day for just...More
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The Casita (a separate building from my house) is designed with your comfort in mind. Inside, you will find the spacious room with kitchenette and bath thoughtfully stocked with everything you need, and then some. If you're a birder, you won't want to miss watching the amazing variety and numbers of birds coming to the feeding areas and water features. You can enjoy your morning coffee either on your own private patio, or walk a few steps to my back porch, where I can join you to help you identify the many birds, mammals, butterflies, and reptiles coming to visit. This is a nature preserve that many have called a slice of Paradise. Come share it with me.Mary Jo Ballator, Host