During the summer (Memorial Day to Labor Day), interpretive programs and demonstrations covering a variety of topics are offered most days at 11 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. when staffing allows, and by special arrangement by contacting Park Ranger Dan kish at (575) 278-2201 x 247. Rangers are also typically available on trails and in the visitor center to answer questions.
Available Programs May Include:
Operation Hummingbird- The park is abuzz with these flighty feathered creatures. Help us monitor them by learning about their contribution to climate change. (Banding most Fridays during summer at 8:00 a.m.)
I Lava Volcanoes!- Learn about the geological processes that formed the Raton-Clayton volcanic field and Capulin Volcano.
Rangers Wear Many Hats- Ever wonder what Rangers do at a National Park? Come see the many hats that Rangers wear!
The Diverse Life- New Mexico is a uniquely diverse land with a wide variety of flora and fauna that co-exist in a delicate balance. Explore the Capulin Volcano and learn about its biodiversity.
Last updated: July 17, 2018