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.
The winter landscape at Kuaua: dark rust willows and tall black-lace cottonwoods line the river, and behind the bosque, snow is scattered on the cloud-shrouded Sandia Mountains. The cold Rio Grande sluggishly flows through the bosque, its eastern shore lined with Canada geese huddled together to find warmth. How different life must have been here for the ancient residents of this pueblo, a life based on fires, fur, and blankets made of feathers.
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!
The Friends of Coronado Historic Site host many exciting activities every month including lectures, field trips, workshops, and special events. With this large variety there is sure to be something for everyone!
Something about Coronado Historic Site brings out the creativity in all of us..
It’s been a long while since turkey roamed around this pueblo. We can only imagine how the plazas here teemed with life of all kinds, including flocks of turkeys strolling around looking for food, fluttering when chased by pueblo children or even dogs whose job it was to care for them! Today, a flock of about …
One morning this week, when I was walking down the sidewalk to open up, I heard a sharp, threatening chirping noise coming from the garden. When I stopped, it came again, and then again! Then, I heard a tap, tap, tap, and on the wooden fence rail, there was a flicker. This guy is a …