Arizona's Important Bird Areas
Officially accepted by the AZ IBA Science Committee review as “Identified” AZ IBAs (Last review 06/24/2008)

1. San Pedro River National Conservation Area

2. Salt-Verde Ecosystem (Saguaro Lake north through the Mazatzal Wilderness)

3. Salt-Lower Gila Ecosystem (from 83rd Ave. Phoenix to the Gillespie Dam)

4. Tuzigoot (Peck's Lake/Tavasci Marsh/Verde River Greenway State Natural Area)

5. Watson and Willow Lakes (and provisionally the Granite Dells/upland habitat)

6. Grand Canyon National Park—Lipan and Yaki Raptor Migration Points

7. Imperial Reservoir

8. Mittry Lake State Wildlife Area

9. Lower Oak Creek

10. Arivaca Cienega/Arivaca Creek

11. California Gulch, Coronado National Forest

12. Upper Little Colorado River Watershed

13. Marble Canyon

14. Chiricahua Mountains, Coronado National Forest

15. Santa Rita Mountains, Coronado National Forest

16. Sycamore Canyon, Coronado National Forest

17. Sabino and Lower Bear Creek

18. Appleton-Whittell Research Ranch of the National Audubon Society

19. Huachuca Mountains, Coronado National Forest

20. Boyce Thompson Arboretum/Arnett-Queen Creeks

21. Agua Fria National Monument Riparian Corridors

22. Blue River Complex, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest

23. Anderson Mesa, Coconino National Forest

24. Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge

25. Quigley State Wildlife Area, Lower Gila River

26. Gadsden Riparian Area, Lower Colorado River

27. Upper Santa Cruz River (Tubac area)

28. Lower San Pedro River (Cascabel to Dudleyville)

29. Sonoita Creek State Natural Area/Patagonia Lake

30. Gilbert Riparian Preserves (Water Ranch & Neely wetlands)

31. Havasu National Wildlife Refuge

32. Imperial National Wildlife Refuge

33. Cibola National Wildlife Refuge

34. Upper Verde State Wildlife Area

35. White Water Draw State Wildlife Area

36. Cave Creek Ecosystem

37. Willcox Playa/Cochise Lakes

38. Mogollon Rim Snow Melt Draws

39. Patagonia-Sonoita Creek TNC Preserve

40. Sonoran Desert Borderlands (Cabeza Prieta NWR, Organ Pipe NM, Barry Goldwater Range)