Come out to the Carr House for a presentation in the cool Huachuca Mountains and learn about our wildlife and the surrounding environment.
June 15 - Hooray for Herps- Snakes, Lizards and more! – Tom Miscione, herpetologist, will help us learn not to fear these important members of the local eco-system. His many live specimens will let you get up close and personal with a diverse number of snakes and lizards. Always popular, be sure to come early!
June 29 - A Fat Bear is a Healthy Bear!- Judy Phillips, Environmental Educator. This hands-on family presentation will familiarize participants with the basic needs of the Black Bear and its habitat in the Huachuca Mountains. Fun and informative for all ages.
July 13 - Hummingbirds: More than Just Eye Candy- Sheri Williamson, Director, Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory. “Singing” feathers, streamlined genomes, and continent-spanning migrations are some of the latest mind-boggling discoveries that rank hummingbirds among the world’s most amazing birds. Explore the marvels and mysteries of southeastern Arizona’s avian jewels! Read More