9:00 am- 2:00 pm
The Sandia Mountain Natural History Center will be hosting a public event with hikes, demonstrations, and activities focusing on forestry. Learn how to identify trees and plants, witness the positive effects of forest fires, and participate in a number of hands-on forestry activities and crafts. Please check back for the full schedul of events.
Public Open House
The 128 acre environmental education center will open its gates from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm to give outdoor enthusiasts a chance to explore this hidden New Mexico gem. Visitors will be able to hike over 5 miles of trails, search for numerous geocaches, learn from three interpretive trails, and spend some time in the exhibit rooms and birding areas. Guided hikes will begin at 10:00.
For more information on our Public Programs program please contact Chris Modelski at 505-281-5259 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sandia Mountain Natural History Center is not open to the public, however, during the summer months specialized programs are offered for scout groups, summer camps, and other outdoor enthusiasts. The SMNHC can design a program for your groups specific needs. Most of these programs include a hike, hands-on activities, and time for a picnic lunch. Your group can also use the facilities at the SMNHC and do a self-guided hike on the property. This option allows use of the visitors center, picnic areas, trails, and bathrooms. Both the guided and self-guided options require advance scheduling.
Guided: $5 per student, minimum 10 students
Self-Guided: $1 per student, minimum $20
Topics and activities that could take place on the hike include but are not limited to: