• Red cliffs descend into the water of Bighorn Canyon

    Bighorn Canyon

    National Recreation Area MT,WY

JULY PROGRAMS AT BIGHORN CANYON

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Date: July 2, 2013
Contact: Christy Fleming, 307-548-5406

Rangers at Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area have a variety of campground programs planned for the month of July on both the North End of the park and the South End of the park.

 

There is a program for everyone this month. All campground programs start at 8 p.m. The Speaker Series program starts at 7 p.m. Please mark your calendars for these July programs:

 

 

Lovell, Wyoming - horseshoe bend campground amphitheater

july 5-eddy hulbert: silversmith of bighorn canyon with ranger danielle peck.

july 6-the legend of big metal with ranger John kissner.

july12-the little people of bighorn canyon with ranger Danielle peck.

july 13-uranium and world war ii in the bighorn canyon with ranger John kissner.

july 19-prehistoric weapon: the atlatl with ranger Shawn williams.

july 20-living off of the land with ranger John kissner.

july 26-stories of bighorn canyon with ranger Danielle peck.

july 27-mountain men and the fur trade with ranger shawn williams.

 

Speaker Series - Lovell Wyoming - Visitor Center

July 11 – Archeology of the Bighorn Canyon and Big Horn Basin with Archeologist Chris Finley

 

 fort smith, montana – Ok-A-Beh Marina

july 5- legends of bighorn canyon at ok-a-beh marina with ranger Jessica  joyce.

july12-beneath the surface: geology of bighorn canyon at ok-a-beh marina with ranger Jessica joyce.

july 27-aquatic invasive species: zebra mussels at ok-a-beh marina with ranger Jessica joyce.

 

Fort Smith, Montana – Amphitheater at Afterbay campground

july 6- archeology of bighorn canyon with ranger Kaci weinschrott.

july13-archeology of bighorn canyon with ranger Kaci weinschrott.

july 20-archeology of bighorn canyon with ranger Kaci weinschrott.

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