Come and soak up the sun out here at Coronado Historic Site! This guy was taking it easy , enjoying the sunshine on a warm spring day and visiting with Ranger Janet today on our trails.
This short video clip was taken by Briana Heredia of Tucson, from the roof of the Painted Kiva. What an amazingly beautiful site we have here on the banks of the Rio Grande!
Last Sunday, the summer educational programs, sponsored by the Friends of Coronado Historic Site, came to a close with the Wanagi Wolf Rescue bringing in three wolves / wolf-dogs and presenting a fascinating program to our largest crowd yet this summer. Angel, Bindi, and Milagro all have a story to tell, and their “mama” Stephanie …
On Thursday, a kind guest asked me in a gentle voice, “Are you afraid of snakes?”
I answered, “Not unless they’re rattling at me!”
He then said, “Well, if you’re not afraid of them, you should know that there’s one in the museum.”
Come visit us on Saturday to meet the Prairie Dog Pals — a prairie dog rescue organization which will introduce us to their little friends and teach us about the prairie dog’s place in our ecosystem. This event will start run from 10:00-12:00, and is free with admission to the museum.
We received a surprise package from the students at American Sign Language Academy yesterday, filled with sweet notes about what they loved the best at Coronado Historic Site. Children, you made our day! 🙂
It is understandable why artists flock to Coronado Historic Site to create. The scenery is almost unchanged from when the people lived in the village of Kuaua several hundred years ago. This week there was a class on site challenging artists and capturing views of Kuaua using interesting tecniques.