(NPS photo by David Bly)
Coronado National Memorial has a subtle wildflower show throughout the spring and summer. Some of the showiest are the large blossoms of the pink-throated morning glories found along the roadside near the east entrance to the park.
Did You Know?
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.