• Montezuma Peak

    Coronado

    National Memorial Arizona

6th Grade- Scientific Skills

Description: This one-hour field trip explores a set of skills used by resource managers to identify plants. Students will observe, measure, identify, record, and map species to gain a better knowledge of ecosystems.

This program is offered by request. There is no charge for the program.

Group Size: 1 - 2 classes (up to 60 students)

State Standards

To Request This Program:
Contact the Environmental Education Staff at 520-366-5515 x2310.

Did You Know?

barking frog

Coronado National Memorial is home to the rare barking frog. Its presence was first confirmed here in 1993. The barking frog hibernates for almost the entire year, except for a few weeks in summer after the first heavy rains. Then, the males can be heard calling from limestone crevices for mates.