RMNA Field Seminars
The Rocky Mountain Nature Association's Field Seminars Program is committed to educating the public through the talents of excellent instructors, all highly qualified in their fields of expertise. Most seminars include field trips to experience the park in an atmosphere of personal instruction.
Most field seminars are field-based, hands-on learning experiences in Rocky Mountain National Park. A wide range of topics are available which include wildflowers, mammals, birds, cultural history, outdoor skills, photography, painting and writing.
To learn more about the field seminar program or the RMNA teacher institute, please visit the RMNA website.
If you have any questions or would like to talk with a person at the Field Seminar Center, please call (970) 586-3262.
Did You Know?
In 2004 there were 190 Search and Rescue incidents in the park, a very small number considering there were about 3 million visitors to the park in that same time period.