• Long House in Frijoles Canyon

    Bandelier

    National Monument New Mexico

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  • Access by Shuttle Bus Only

    Through October 27, 2014 all access to the most visited part of the park, Frijoles Canyon, will be via a mandatory shuttle bus from the nearby community of White Rock from 9 AM - 3 PM daily. Private cars may drive in before 9 AM or after 3 PM. More »

Even More Bandelier Insects/Spiders

Woolly Bear Caterpillar

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WOOLLY BEAR CATERPILLAR
 
AMERICAN RUBYSPOT

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AMERICAN RUBYSPOT
 
FEMALE AMERICAN RUBYSPOT

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FEMALE AMERICAN RUBYSPOT
 
COMANCHE SKIMMER

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COMANCHE SKIMMER
 
COMMON SPREADWING

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COMMON SPREADWING
 
DRAGONFLY LARVA

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DRAGONFLY LARVA
 
EIGHT-SPOTTED SKIMMER

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EIGHT-SPOTTED SKIMMER
 
EMERALD SPREADWING

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EMERALD SPREADWING
 
FEMALE GREAT PONDHAWK

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FEMALE GREAT PONDHAWK
 
FEMALE HOARY SKIPPER

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FEMALE HOARY SKIPPER
 
FEMALE TWELVE-SPOTTED SKIPPER

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FEMALE TWELVE-SPOTTED SKIPPER
 
FEMALE YELLOW-LEGGED MEADOWHAWK

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FEMALE YELLOW-LEGGED MEADOWHAWK
 
GRAY SANDDRAGON

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GRAY SAND DRAGON
 
MEADOWHAWK

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MEADOWHAWK
 
PADDLE-TAILED DARNER

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PADDLE-TAILED DARNER
 
SHADOW DARNER

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SHADOW DARNER
 
VARIEGATED MEADOWHAWK

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VARIEGATED MEADOWHAWK
 
TWELVE-SPOTTED SKIMMER

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TWELVE-SPOTTED SKIMMER

Did You Know?

Wild Turkey

The Ancestral Pueblo people made blankets from wet turkey feathers twisted into yucca twine. Turkeys and dogs were the two domesticated animals that lived side by side with the Ancestral Pueblo people.