photo by sally king
Founded in 1938, Western National Parks Association is a nonprofit cooperating association for the National Park Service authorized by Congress. Western National Parks Association provides educational materials to park visitors to help them better understand the natural and cultural significance of the parks. Furthermore, all proceeds from the sales of these educational materials are returned to the National Park Service to fund educational, interpretive and scientific activities that are not supported by taxes. Western National Parks Association is proud to be affiliated with Bandelier National Monument and to help educate visitors to the diverse history of this unique place.
Did You Know?
Katydids are often called leaf hoppers. Their wings and body look like vegetation, a form of camouflage which offers this insect some protection from predators.