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April 10th, 2017

Mysteries Of The Unseen World

Visually stunning and rooted in cutting-edge research, Mysteries of the Unseen World will leave audiences in thrall as they begin to understand the enormity of the world they can’t see—a world that exists all around us at speeds or scales that we can’t detect.
April 10th, 2017

Gangplank Chandler Craft Hack

Bring your current craft project or learn a new one.
April 10th, 2017

Birding Colossal Cave Mountain Park

Join a local birding expert to explore the diversity of birds found in the Arizona uplands of Colossal Cave Mountain Park.
April 10th, 2017

TAP Colloquium: Chirps, Jets And Kicks: The Spectacular World Of Black Hole Binaries

In this talk Dr. Vasilios Paschalidis will describe briefly the field of numerical relativity, and will present results from state-of-the-art supercomputer simulations of BHBHs surrounded by magnetized, gaseous disks.
April 10th, 2017

Mirror Lab Tour

Have you ever seen a telescope mirror three-stories in diameter?
April 10th, 2017

Birds Of Tohono Chul

ation on habits and habitat.
April 10th, 2017

Walk In The Park At Tohono Chul

Experience Tohono Chul while learning some basic Sonoran Desert ecology and the area’s history.
April 10th, 2017

Winged Things Eco-Station At The Overlook

From birds to butterflies, a look at the winged things of the skies
April 15th, 2017

Bear Essential’s Young Reporter Cookout

Young Reporters and those who want to sign up can come to Saguaro National Monument West for dinner and a night hike to learn about desert ecology and ecosystems.
April 22nd, 2017

Water Conservation Workshop

The workshops teach residents how to beautify their yards and conserve water through xeriscaping.
April 27th, 2017

Birding Agua Caliente Park

Take a guided walk to look for spring migrants, such as tanagers, warblers, and flycatchers, as well as hummingbirds, orioles, vireos and other resident specialties.
May 12th, 2017

San Pedro River Walk

he San Pedro River, a narrow green oasis rippling through desert grassland, is one of the last wild rivers in the Southwest and one of the most endangered.