Today is the first day of SPRING and our Wildflower Display is up at the Red Rock Ranger District! Come by and view so you can identify all the flora and fauna on your spring hikes!
Do you love birds? Come to this cool Meet and Greet porch program on Tuesday, March 14th (1-3pm). It’s free and open to the public. Bring a friend or a group!
March is Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month!
Come see us Friday, March 3 from 10am – 2pm for ancient technology demonstrations of making shell and stone, beads, bows and arrows! Demonstrations will be outside on the front porch, so remember to dress for the weather!
Event is FREE and open to the public.
Currently the daily discharge is 1320 cubic feet per second — statistics for Feb 28. The max was 2830 cubic feet per second, recorded in 1978!
Every Hiker Needs:
– a unique water bottle
– an awesome hiking guide
-a super hat
-sunscreen and lip protection
Javelina offspring are reddish in color with a dark stripe down the back from 0-3 months in age and are often referred to as “reds.” They stop nursing after 3 months. Javelina can live 15-20 years.
It’s a beautiful morning here at the Red Rock Visitor Center!