This years Chiricahua Peloncillo Heritage Days was co-sponsored by both the Wildlands Network and Friends of Cave Creek Canyon with additional support from Hidalgo county and private donations. Starting off with Friday nights opening reception and talk on Trogon's, the 2015 Chiricahua Peloncillo Heritage Days was off to a good start. Friday evening talk centered on these neotropical birds that bring many visitors to the sky islands of southeastern Arizona to add another species to their life lists. Saturday morning arrived with the farmers market and craft fair followed shortly by a day of presentations about the area. The talks ranged from caving and survey work in Chiricahua Crystal Cave to water resources. Lunch was catered by the Rodeo Tavern and included two types of lasagna, vegetarian and meat, with garlic bread and salad. The Gypsy Carpenters provided entertainment during the breaks and throughout lunch. I presented the last talk of the day on landscape restoration and a PDF of the slides may be found here. Finally, Sunday three different scheduled walks took place covering plant life, geology, and the history of Paradise. This years Heritage Days saw a capacity crowd and Valley Telecom was present to video record a number of talks which will be rebroadcast on their cable channel. Once aired, I hope to post some of the talks to the Friends of Cave Creek Canyon website and Facebook page so those who missed the event can see more details of what went on with an eye to attending the event next year.