Winter Ecology and Junior Snow Rangers at Foxtail

Winter Ecology Station

What happens to the animals and plants in the Spring Mountains in the winter? Join an educator at the Foxtail picnic area to discover the adaptations that help animals survive in the winter month.

This is a stationary lesson that will take place at the following times:
10 am to 1030 am
11 am to 1130 am
Noon to 1230 pm

Winter Ecology and Junior Snow Rangers at Foxtail

Winter Ecology Station

What happens to the animals and plants in the Spring Mountains in the winter? Join an educator at the Foxtail picnic area to discover the adaptations that help animals survive in the winter month.

This is a stationary lesson that will take place at the following times:
10 am to 1030 am
11 am to 1130 am
Noon to 1230 pm

Winter Ecology and Junior Snow Rangers at Foxtail

Winter Ecology Station

What happens to the animals and plants in the Spring Mountains in the winter? Join an educator at the Foxtail picnic area to discover the adaptations that help animals survive in the winter month.

This is a stationary lesson that will take place at the following times:
10 am to 1030 am
11 am to 1130 am
Noon to 1230 pm

Winter Ecology and Junior Snow Rangers at Foxtail

Winter Ecology Station

What happens to the animals and plants in the Spring Mountains in the winter? Join an educator at the Foxtail picnic area to discover the adaptations that help animals survive in the winter month.

This is a stationary lesson that will take place at the following times:
10 am to 1030 am
11 am to 1130 am
Noon to 1230 pm

Go Mt Charleston's Green the Mountain

Sign Up Deadline: Monday September 20th

Over a million visitors rely on the Spring Mountains to escape the heat and noise of the Las Vegas valley each year. After 14 years of collecting over 50 TONS of litter in the Spring Mountains, the Go Mt Charleston Team has been working to find ways to manage the litter issue and help visitors dispose of their trash properly.