Kaibab Forest Campground interpretive programs for June 30-July 1
Kaibab Forest Interpretive Programs invites everyone to celebrate the Fourth of July at one of our programs.
Dogtown Lake: June 30, 6:30 p.m. — "Wildlife of the Kaibab." Learn about the habitats, foraging habits, and care of offspring of the birds and mammals of the forest.
Kaibab Lake: June 30, 7 p.m. — "Meet Mr. Abert's Squirrel." Discover the world of our tassel-eared tree squirrel, why we find pine cone cobs and fairy wands, and the squirrel's role in creating a healthy ponderosa pine forest.
July 1, 10 a.m. — Nature Walk. All ages welcome; please wear appropriate footwear.
White Horse Lake: June 30, 10 a.m. — Nature Walk. All ages welcome; please wear appropriate footwear.
July 1, 10 a.m.-noon —Discovery Tables. Stop by one of our tables and learn about wildlife and Big Game animals; silviculture, tree rings, and insects; soils, wetlands, and watersheds.
All programs meet in the campground amphitheaters. Programs are presented by Public Lands Interpretive Association in partnership with Kaibab National Forest. More information is available from Deb Noel at (928) 637-5312 or visit www.publiclands.org, www.fs.usda.gov/kaibab and our Facebook and Twitter pages.
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