Annie Campagna – Historic Site Ranger

IMG_0008Annie’s Special Projects:

  • Docent Program Coordinator
  • Coronado Historic Site Art Program
  • Research Library Coordinator

Phone: 505-867-5651

Email: annie.campagna@state.nm.us


Below are posts tagged with “Ranger Annie”

  • The First Sister Sprouts at Coronado Historic Site: Mystery Beans! - The first of the three sisters to sprout this year in our native demonstration garden at Coronado Historic Site are beans that no one planted! Last year's seeds have taken advantage of the warm days last week here in Bernalillo, and a little much-needed rain to volunteer a new crop of beautiful, healthy bean plants. Continue reading
  • Ranger Annie Aerating the Lawn - Every year Ranger Annie works hard to aerate the lawn. She gears up with her special shoes and goes to town. Poking small holes in the ground helps oxygen and water reach the roots of the grass. Thanks Ranger Annie for keeping our museum beautiful. Continue reading
  • Native American Easel Art Exhibit - The Development of Native American Easel Art in New Mexico is now open at Coronado Historic Site and runs through February 2016. Featured are 18 prints of original water color paintings lent by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s Dorothy Dunn Collection. Among the artists on view are Vidal Casiquito, Jr. of Jemez, Gilbert Atencio of … Continue reading
  • Did She Steal the Piñons ? - A familiar bird to us here at Coronado, the Curved-bill Thrasher is often seen hanging out and nesting in the Cholla cactus on the path near the gardens.  The Curve-billed Thrasher prefers a semi-arid brushlands habitat, especially one with cactus.  He or she is a large  (11”), gray-brown bird with faint spots on breast, a … Continue reading
  • 75th Anniversary Photo Gallery - Coronado Historic Site opened on May 29th, 1940 Almost 900 people visited the site to celebrate our 75th anniversary. Below are photos of the day’s festivities. Continue reading
  • Ranger Annie on STYLE - Continue reading
  • Preparing The New Art Exhibit - The Kuaua Art Committee has bee working very hard over the last few months to prepare a new art exhibit for the year 2015. The new images are all print reproductions of watercolor paintings. All of the paintings were created by Native Americans and represent many aspects of native life. Many artists are featured, along … Continue reading
  • Fiesta of Cultures 2014 Photo Gallery - The Staff of Coronado Historic Site would like to thank the Friends of Coronado Historic Site for planning such a great event this year! We had record attendance with over 1,000 visitors to the site last Saturday. Visitors experienced many diverse food and craft vendors, as well as fantastic hands-on demonstrations. There was also live … Continue reading
  • Releasing the Toads - The time has come to release our educational toads. Children and adults have loved the presence of the small toads at our recent outreach events and sitting at the front desk at the Visitor Center. We returned the toads to their home in the pond where they were tadpoles. We have been feeding them small … Continue reading
  • Puye Cliff Dwelling Field Trip - On May 13th some of the Coronado Historic Site Staff and Docents visited the Puye Cliff Dwellings in the Santa Clara Pueblo near Espanola, NM. The unexpected May snow shower made for a unique perspective of the site. The Puye Cliff Dwellings were occupied from about 900 A.D. to around 1580 A.D. The cliff dwellings … Continue reading
  • Kritters at Kuaua – Art Exhibit -   “Kritters at Kuaua” is our temporary summer exhibit. The animals in the photographs are all frequent visitors to our site, and would have been around when Kuaua Pueblo was inhabited. This exhibit was put together by the Friends of Coronado Historic Site, and features photography by two of it’s members. The Friends of Coronado … Continue reading

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