• A storm gathers behind the pueblo at Tuzigoot

    Tuzigoot

    National Monument Arizona

Superintendent Annual Park Report

Every year the park publishes an annual report describing the successes and challenges each year in managing these unique resources. This report can provide the public a better understanding of this special place.

These reports cover the park's fiscal year which begins October 1 and goes through September 30. Click on the links below for annual reports from identified years.

Superintendent's Annual Report FY 2009

Superintendent's Annual Report FY 2008

Superintendent's Annual Report FY 2007

Superintendent's Annual Report FY 2006

Superintendent's Annual Report FY 2005

Superintendent's Annual Report FY 2004

Superintendent's Annual Report FY 2003

Superintendent's Annual Report FY 2002

Did You Know?

Eastern collared lizard at Tuzigoot

The Eastern collard lizard, Crotaphytus collaris, is well known for running on its hind legs at about a 45 degree angle, making it look like a small dinosaur. They are often seen at Tuzigoot National Monument.