Date & Time:Saturday 05/28/2022
6:30 pm-7:30 pm
Organizer:Southern Nevada Conservancy
About the Event
Uncommon and irreplaceable, endemic species bring significant biodiversity to our local community. Join an educator for an education program at the McWilliams amphitheater to learn about the endemic butterfly species of the Spring Mountains.
Temperatures are cooler in the mountains this time of year. Please dress appropriately. Warm clothes are recommended, and flashlights to find your way in the dark.
This program is approximately one hour. Any questions about this program can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Location
You do not need to be camping at McWilliams campground to attend this program. Meet at the McWilliams amphitheater located in the Eureka loop of the McWilliams campground. Seating is limited; bring camp chairs if you have them. Park in the overflow parking lot; this will be your first left as you drive into the campground. For more information see our visitor use map.
Participants will have a chance to earn their Spring Mountains Junior Ranger badge.
4th-grade participants will get a free Every Kid Outdoors pass which offers access to many of America’s public lands.
*Programs may be shortened or canceled because of heavy rain and lightning for staff and public safety. Our guide will make that determination before the start of the program.
*No reservations are required for this program