Time: 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Location: Red Rock Visitor Center; 8375 State Route 179, Sedona, Arizona (Just south of the Village of Oak Creek)
Learn more about native snakes and the important role snakes play in our environment. Arizona Game and Fish Department volunteers will be on hand to answer questions and allow visitors to handle some of the snakes.
Location: Red Rock Visitor Center, located on SR 179, one mile south of the Village of Oak Creek.
The Red Rock Ranger District is hosting this special program presented by the Oak Creek Ambassadors, entitled "Clean Water Starts with Me." The Ambassadors have been visiting heavy-use sites within the Oak Creek corridor throughout the summer, greeting visitors, picking up litter and speaking about ways to reduce E. coli bacteria levels in the creek. This program will share how certain recreation behaviors can help to improve water quality withing Oak Creek. This program is sponsored by the Coconino National Forest, The Oak Creek Water Coalition and the Arizona Natural History Association.
Registration required: No
Sponsor Contact: Red Rock Ranger District: 928-203-2900
Come out for a day of solar viewing through special hydrogen alpha telescopes and stay late for the evenings star party. A themed Power Point presentation will start off the evenings activities with viewing thru several large telescopes provided after.