Science & Land
Description: Come join rangers at Pipe Spring for a talk about threatened and endangered species found in and around Pipe Spring National Monument. We’ll chat about plants and animals, what makes these rare species so special, and how we can help protect them. If we’re lucky, we might even get to see a few of the Monument’s unique plants and animals!
This event will be stationary, outside on the back patio or indoors in the theater if there is inclement weather. No special materials are needed except your water bottle and sun protection.
Here is a website with some information on their endangered species.
Location: Pipe Spring National Monument, 14 miles west of Fredonia, AZ, on Hwy 389. This event is in Arizona, and begins at 2:30 PM, AZ Time (3:30 PM, Utah Time).
Cost: Regular entrance fees apply: $10.00/adult 16 and over. Holders of the American the Beautiful Interagency Annual, Senior, Access, or Military Pass, and up to three companions get in free.
Donations are used to finance the production of festival activities and are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.