Ranger Minutes are short audiocasts or videocasts in which a park ranger shares interesting stories and information about Grand Canyon National Park. Learn more about the the nature, science, history and culture of the canyon with a park ranger as your guide.
One of the best ways you can experience the South Rim of Grand Canyon in 3 to 4 hours is to combine walking with shuttle bus riding. Learn ways to get out to spectacular scenic views, and visit the historic Grand Canyon Village.
Mountain lions (Puma concolor, also called cougars or pumas) inhabit the canyons and forests of the park, and are the region's only remaining large predator. Learn more about this secretive animal's behavior, and habits.
Scene description: The entire video is of a of young ranger in uniform. She has shoulder-length hair, and is standing in a forest in front of a large juniper tree with twisted branches.
Join Park Ranger Ron Brown for a tour of four parking lots that surround the visitor center. Information includes; the lot that is closest to the canyon, where the restrooms are, the best lot to park an RV, the lot that is closest to the visitor center, etc.
Here's a fun, exciting way to help kids remember how the Grand Canyon was formed. Today, the Grand Canyon Elementary School third graders are with me, and they're going to help you learn the Grand Canyon Dance, the Grand Canyon "Rockarena." This is a dance to help you remember, to help you learn, how Grand Canyon was formed.