Pam McBride and Doris Eng, leaders.
This year, we will aim to see the cinder phacelia (Phacelia serrata) on the El Calderon trail, a 3.8 mile loop, approximately 100 miles…
Leader: Doris Eng. Explore the summer wildflowers on one of the high elevation trails in the Sandia Mountains. Meet at SW corner of Smith’s parking lot at Tramway and Central.
Leader: George Miller
Visit the high elevation grasslands and forests of the Valles Caldera and observe a variety of native species. Preregistration is required.
Sign-ups limited due to required car permits…
Learn to appreciate and identify some of our local species of bees.
Olivia Carril, co-author of the book, Bees in Your Backyard, will discuss the biology of native New Mexico bees and provide tips on encouraging and providing food and nesting…
Meet at the KTAO parking lot to carpool to the trailhead, about 5 miles from Questa.
We’ll walk to the meadows, about 4 miles round trip. Easy-moderate. Wear appropriate hiking gear,…
Fee: $5/vehicle. Meet at the parking lot at 10 a.m.
Staff educators for Asombro Institute for Science Education will discuss their work.
Site to be announced.
Visit to NMSU Herbarium, hosted by herbarium curator Sara Fuentes-Soriano. Bi-ology Annex, corner Stewart/Williams St.
For info, call John White (575/640-7555) or Jim Hastings (915/240-7414).
In late June, we’ll get the season started with “Flora and History of Cement Mountain” led by Glo Cunningham, local historian. Chances of spotting the…