• Montezuma Peak

    Coronado

    National Memorial Arizona

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A Coues buck (sub-species of the white-tailed deer) stops for a drink at a pond behind the visitor center.

A beautiful male Coues deer (a sub-species of the white-tailed deer) stops for a drink at a small pond behind the visitor center.  Note the antlers are in the velvet stage.

Come enjoy the memorial! Outdoor activities include auto touring, caving, hiking, birding, nature walks, wildlife viewing, and picnicking. The Diverse bio-regions in the park, including grasslands, oak woodlands, and pinyon and pine forests, provide excellent habitat for a variety of birds and animals.

Did You Know?

bat gates in opening of the State of Texas Mine, Coronado National Memorial

At Coronado National Memorial, endangered Lesser Long-nosed bats use natural limestone caves and cave-like mines as their homes for part of the year. Bat-gates, a special type of fencing installed by biologists, prevent humans and predators from disturbing their habitat. Bats can fly right through!