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Wednesday, May 29-Saturday, June 1
07:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Ute Lake
Ute Lake Camp Meeting
This year's meeting will be from Wednesday, May 29th to Sunday, June 2nd. This is a non-denominational meeting with preaching, music, and singing 3 times a day under multiple large tents. There will be activities for children of all ages. Three meals a day will be provided at no cost. The meeting will take place in the Zia campground. Fees for camping and/or day use will be charged and paid for in one lump sum, tracked by staff.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Rick Martin (575) 487-2284




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Saturday, June 1
08:00 PM - 09:30 PM
Leasburg Dam
STAR PROGRAM
Join us for a night of star gazing. Members from the Astronomical Society of Las Cruces will operate a 16" telescope to view amazing night sky objects. Through several telescopes, you will see nebulae, globular clusters, star clusters, planetary nebulae, galaxies, and more! The show starts at sunset located at the Observatory - next to the visitor center parking lot. $5 per vehicle park entrance fee.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: any park staff 575-524-4068




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Saturday, June 1
06:30 PM - 07:30 PM
Leasburg Dam
LIVE BIRD RAPTOR PRESENTATION
Join us for an exciting program starring live birds of prey, presented by Laura McCann of New Mexico Raptors, Inc. Learn about the raptors that call New Mexico home and what makes them such an important part of our unique desert ecosystem! The presentation in the Visitor Center. The regular Park Entrance Fee applies. Please bring exact cash or check or display a valid New Mexico State Parks annual pass.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: any park staff 575-524-4068




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Saturday, June 1
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
Mesilla Valley Bosque
Raptors of New Mexico
Come out and see and learn about 3 LIVE Raptors! Expert rehabilitator Laura McCann, of New Mexico Raptors will handle these 3 live raptors and provide you with interesting and informative details about each of these environmentally important birds. Seating will be limited to first 30 people. Afterwards, enjoy a stroll through our native gardens and Exhibit Hall or one of our longer easy to moderate trails. There is a $5 per vehicle DAY USE FEE required UPON ENTRY.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Alex Mares 575-523-4398




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Saturday, June 1
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Rio Grande Nature Ctr.
"Discover Who's Living at the Pond"
June 1 "Discover Who's Living at the Pond" -A new topic every Saturday -Especially for kids aged 5 to 10 years old -Children should always bring their own adult, so they can enjoy the program with their child Call to reserve a spot PHONE 505 344 7240 Day-Use Fee: Cost $3.00 per vehicle (exact cash or check) Friends of the RGNC permit holders and NM State Parks annual permit holders enter free with valid permit displayed
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Front Desk 505 344-7240




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Saturday, June 1
08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Santa Fe Office
New Mexico Boating Safety Course
Free, 8-hour class offered by New Mexico State Parks. There is no fee to take this class. Education is the key to becoming a better, more knowledgeable boater. In New Mexico, many boaters are required by law to complete a boating safety course and receive a boater education card. Everyone is eligible and encouraged to take the course and receive a card. Registration is required. Register using link below.
Fees: None
Contact: Scott Chalmers 505-490-3507
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Saturday, June 1
08:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sugarite Canyon
Kiwanis Club Youth Fish Derby
The Kiwanis club youth fishing derby will occur on Saturday 6/1/2024. The derby begins at 8 AM in the Boat Ramp parking area of Lake Maloya. Final youth contestant catches must be submitted for weigh out by 12 PM. Registration information for the Kiwanis fishing derby can be attained from the Raton Kiwanis Club at 131 N Second Street, Raton NM 87740 phone: 505-445-4746 or Sugarite Canyon Visitor Center starting May 1st,2024 The regular Park Entrance Fee applies. Please bring exact cash or check or display a valid New Mexico State Parks annual pass.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Robert Mantz 575-445-4746




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Saturday, June 1
09:30 AM - 10:30 PM
Sugarite Canyon
Cofffee with a Ranger
Meet at Lake Alice Campground for a Question and answer with a New Mexico State Park Ranger. There is Generally a discussion topic related to events going in the park and the surrounding area. Coffee and doughnuts (while they last) are served.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Robert Smith 575 445 5607




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Sunday, June 2
06:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sugarite Canyon
Kiwanis Club annual Fish Derby
The week-long adult fishing derby will begin on May 25, 2024. The first 15 tagged fish will receive prizes during the course of the event. Fish must be presented with their tag still in them for a prize. Daily door prizes will be drawn from the Sugarite Canyon Visitor Center based of derby registrants. Door prize winners must claim their prize by the final day of the adult derby (6/2/2024). The tagged fish ticket selection will occur at 12PM on Sunday, June 2nd, 2024. Registration information for the Kiwanis fishing derby can be attained from the Raton Kiwanis Club at 131 N Second Street, Raton NM 87740 phone: 505-445-4746 or Sugarite Canyon Visitor Center starting May 1st,2024 The regular Park Entrance Fee applies. Please bring exact cash or check or display a valid New Mexico State Parks annual pass.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Robert Mantz 575-445-4746




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Sunday, June 2
06:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Ute Lake
Tip Top Bass
Tip Top Bass will host a tournament on Sunday, June 2nd from 6:00 am to 4:00 pm at Ute Lake State Park. Boats can launch from any of the five ramps in the park. It is a catch-and-release tournament with a weigh-in to be held at the Ute Lake Marina. Please bring exact cash or check for the $5 park entrance fee, or display a valid New Mexico State Parks annual pass.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Clay Jessop (912) 650-0000




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Monday, June 3
08:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Mesilla Valley Bosque
Monthly Bird ID Walking Tour
Enjoy a guided walk and learn how to identify various resident and migratory bird species from a local expert birder and member of the Mesilla Valley Audubon Society. Plan on walking approx, 2mi round trip on easy to moderate trail. There is a $5 per vehicle DAY USE FEE required UPON ENTRY.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Alex Mares 575-523-4398




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Friday, June 7
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Hyde Memorial
Live Animals at Hyde Memorial
Curious about the wildlife that can be found around you? NMWC will be introducing one or more of our native animal ambassadors, explaining why they are permanent residents at our Center, and delving into their adaptations and other natural history information. We'll discuss what you can do to help their wild counterparts and offer tactile opportunities using some of our educational collection of skulls, feathers, and more! The regular Park Entrance Fee applies. Please bring exact cash or check or display a valid New Mexico State Parks annual pass.
Fees: None
Contact: Hyde Park Staff 505-983-7175




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Saturday, June 8-Sunday, June 9
08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Clayton Lake
Clayton Lake Fish Derby
Clayton Lake Fishing Derby June 8th and 9th. Three cash grand prizes and hundreds of smaller prizes will be awarded. The cost is $20.00 to enter the derby and you can pre-register at the Chamber of Commerce in Clayton or at the park at the group shelter on Saturday June 8, 2024, starting at 6:00 am. The derby starts at 8:00 am on Saturday and goes until 5:00 pm on Sunday. The regular Park Entrance Fee applies. Please bring exact cash or check or display a valid New Mexico State Parks annual pass.
Fees: Entrance & Derby entry fee
Contact: Mark Funk 575 445 5607




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Saturday, June 8
07:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Oasis
Star Gazing Party
Join the Clovis Astronomy Club for a night of star gazing on June 8, 2024. This will take place in the visitor center parking lot at dusk. Regular entrance fees apply for non-annual permit holders. All ages are invited to attend. No pets will be allowed at this event. Bring your binoculars, telescopes, red lens flashlights, etc. if you have them and enjoy a night of learning under the stars. **NO animals allowed at this event**
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Valerie Russ 575-356-5331




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Saturday, June 8
08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Rio Grande Nature Ctr.
New Mexico Boating Safety Course
Free, 8-hour class offered by New Mexico State Parks. There is no fee to take this class. Education is the key to becoming a better, more knowledgeable boater. In New Mexico, many boaters are required by law to complete a boating safety course and receive a boater education card. Everyone is eligible and encouraged to take the course and receive a card. Registration is required. Register using link below.
Fees: None
Contact: Scott Chalmers 505-490-3507
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Saturday, June 8
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Rio Grande Nature Ctr.
Nature Walk
See what's happening on the bosque trails. Please bring water, hat, sunglasses, etc. to be prepared for being outdoors. Enjoy a leisurely exploration of the Middle Rio Grande Bosque ecosystem with one of the RGNC volunteer naturalists. Search for signs of animal life and discover how the Bosque and the Rio Grande provide habitat. Registration is required. Please call the RGNC Front Desk at 505-344-7240 to sign up. Walks are limited to 12 people. The walk is about 1.5 hours long. The mostly flat, sandy trail is just under 1 mile. This walk is appropriate for adults and children. Meet the volunteer naturalist on the west side of the parking lot at the start of the trail, near the bulletin board. The Park’s Day-Use Fee is $3.00 per vehicle (exact cash or check). Friends of the RGNC and NM State Parks annual pass holders enter free with valid permits displayed.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: RGNC Front Desk 505-344-7240




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Saturday, June 8
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Rio Grande Nature Ctr.
The Magical World of Color
- The Magical World of Color - Saturday Mornings at RGNC - A new topic every Saturday - Especially for kids aged 5 to 10 years old - Children should always bring their own adult, so they can enjoy the program with their child Meet in Visitor Center. Learn how to use science to separate colors and create a mystical collage of colors. Learn about "Chromatography" to separate secondary and tertiary colors and create fascinating paintings! Call to reserve a spot PHONE 505 344 7240 Day-Use Fee: Cost $3.00 per vehicle (exact cash or check) Friends of the RGNC permit holders and NM State Parks annual permit holders enter free with valid permit displayed.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Front Desk 505 344-7240




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Saturday, June 8
08:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Rio Grande Nature Ctr.
Guided Bird Walk
Join us for our Guided Bird Walks every Saturday and Sunday morning. Registration is required. Please call the RGNC Front Desk at 505-344-7240 to sign up. Walks are limited to (12) people. The Park’s Day-Use Fee is $3.00 per vehicle (exact cash or check). Friends of the RGNC and NM State Parks annual permit holders enter free with a valid permit displayed. Participants are encouraged to bring binoculars, insect repellent and sunscreen, as needed. Meet at the Candelaria Viewing Area (Northeast side of the parking lot). If you are signed up and can’t attend, kindly call us so that we can open the spot to someone on the waiting list.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Front Desk (505) 344-7240




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Saturday, June 8-Sunday, June 9
06:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Ute Lake
Sun Country Bass
Sun Country Bass will host a tournament on Saturday and Sunday, June 8th and 9th from 6:00 am to 3:00 pm at Ute Lake State Park. Boats can launch from any of the five ramps in the park. It is a catch-and-release tournament with a weigh-in to be held at the Ute Lake Marina. Please bring exact cash or check for the $5 park entrance fee, or display a valid New Mexico State Parks annual pass.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Aaron Brewer (575) 218-5227




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Sunday, June 9
08:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Rio Grande Nature Ctr.
Guided Bird Walk
Join us for our Guided Bird Walks every Saturday and Sunday morning. Registration is required. Please call the RGNC Front Desk at 505-344-7240 to sign up. Walks are limited to (12) people. The Park’s Day-Use Fee is $3.00 per vehicle (exact cash or check). Friends of the RGNC and NM State Parks annual permit holders enter free with a valid permit displayed. Participants are encouraged to bring binoculars, insect repellent and sunscreen, as needed. Meet at the Candelaria Viewing Area (Northeast side of the parking lot). If you are signed up and can’t attend, kindly call us so that we can open the spot to someone on the waiting list.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Front Desk (505) 344-7240




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Saturday, June 15
08:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Rio Grande Nature Ctr.
Guided Bird Walk
Join us for our Guided Bird Walks every Saturday and Sunday morning. Registration is required. Please call the RGNC Front Desk at 505-344-7240 to sign up. Walks are limited to (12) people. The Park’s Day-Use Fee is $3.00 per vehicle (exact cash or check). Friends of the RGNC and NM State Parks annual permit holders enter free with a valid permit displayed. Participants are encouraged to bring binoculars, insect repellent and sunscreen, as needed. Meet at the Candelaria Viewing Area (Northeast side of the parking lot). If you are signed up and can’t attend, kindly call us so that we can open the spot to someone on the waiting list.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Front Desk (505) 344-7240




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Saturday, June 15
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Rio Grande Nature Ctr.
Stories Under the Cottonwood Tree
Saturday Mornings at RGNC: Join us for Stories Under the Cottonwood Tree, at The Rio Grande Nature Center State Park. Saturday June 15, 2024, at 10:30 am. Meet in the Visitor Center, then head over to the Native Plant Garden. Storyteller and Master Naturalist, Dianne Rossbach, will share stories from around the world that celebrate Summer Solstice. There will be stories, games, & songs . . . "naturally" fun for all! Especially for those aged 5 to 10 years old. Children should always bring their own adult, so they can enjoy the fun, too! Aside from the Park Day-Use Fee, there is no additional charge for this program. The Park Day-Use Fee is $3.00 per vehicle exact cash or check (Friends of the RGNC permit holders and NM State Parks annual permit holders enter free with valid permit displayed). Stories Under the Cottonwood Tree will be offered at 10:30 am on the third Saturday of each month (weather permitting)
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Front Desk 505 344-7240




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Saturday, June 15
06:00 AM - 02:00 PM
Ute Lake
NM Bass Nation Youth Tournament
New Mexico Bass Nation will host a YOUTH tournament Saturday, June 15th, from 6:00 am to 2:00 pm at Ute Lake State Park. It is open to the public, BUT youth must be a member of Bassmaster and Bass Nation Clubs to compete. The price for youth to join the clubs is $10 each (total $20). We are not charging dues at the New Mexico level for youth anglers and there is no entry fee. The prizes are TBD, but there will be plaques for each "team" and boat captain for the top 3 teams in each division along with big bass for each. There will be 2 divisions: Grades 9-12 and Grades 8 and under. Each boat will have a captain. You can bring your own boat (must have $300,000 liability on the boat and/or operator and operational live wells). We will have a signup sheet if you don't have your own boat. For each division, there will be 2 anglers per boat captain, 3 total people on each boat. Please bring exact cash or check for the $5 park entrance fee or display a valid NM State Parks Annual Pass.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Dave Garrett (719) 680-2527




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Saturday, June 15
03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Villanueva
New Mexico Wildlife
Visit Villanueva State Park nestled in a canyon along the Pecos River near the small Village of Villanueva for an educational presentation on Wildlife around the area. The regular Park Entrance Fee applies. Please bring exact cash or check or display a valid New Mexico State Parks annual pass.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Sam Encinias 575-421-2957




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Sunday, June 16
08:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Rio Grande Nature Ctr.
Guided Bird Walk
Join us for our Guided Bird Walks every Saturday and Sunday morning. Registration is required. Please call the RGNC Front Desk at 505-344-7240 to sign up. Walks are limited to (12) people. The Park’s Day-Use Fee is $3.00 per vehicle (exact cash or check). Friends of the RGNC and NM State Parks annual permit holders enter free with a valid permit displayed. Participants are encouraged to bring binoculars, insect repellent and sunscreen, as needed. Meet at the Candelaria Viewing Area (Northeast side of the parking lot). If you are signed up and can’t attend, kindly call us so that we can open the spot to someone on the waiting list.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Front Desk (505) 344-7240




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Sunday, June 16
07:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Ute Lake
Hereford Bass
Hereford Bass Club is hosting a tournament on Sunday, June 16th from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm. Boats can launch from any of the five ramps in the park. All participants will follow the rules of the Hereford Bass Club and catch and release. The weigh-in will take place at the Ute Lake weigh-in station by the marina. All equipment to weigh and measure the fish must follow the Hereford Bass Club rules. Please bring exact cash or check for the $5 park entrance fee or display a valid New Mexico State Parks annual pass.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Dan Brooks (806) 344-6823




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Saturday, June 22
08:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Rio Grande Nature Ctr.
Guided Bird Walk
Join us for our Guided Bird Walks every Saturday and Sunday morning. Registration is required. Please call the RGNC Front Desk at 505-344-7240 to sign up. Walks are limited to (12) people. The Park’s Day-Use Fee is $3.00 per vehicle (exact cash or check). Friends of the RGNC and NM State Parks annual permit holders enter free with a valid permit displayed. Participants are encouraged to bring binoculars, insect repellent and sunscreen, as needed. Meet at the Candelaria Viewing Area (Northeast side of the parking lot). If you are signed up and can’t attend, kindly call us so that we can open the spot to someone on the waiting list.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Front Desk (505) 344-7240




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Saturday, June 22
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Rio Grande Nature Ctr.
Reptiles & Amphibians at the Park
Reptiles & Amphibians at the Park- Saturday Mornings at RGNC. A new topic every Saturday. Especially for kids aged 5 to 10 years old. Children should always bring their own adult, so they can enjoy the program with their child. Meet in Visitor Center. Call to reserve a spot PHONE 505 344 7240. Amphibians and reptiles are collectively known as “herpetofauna” and are often lumped together. However, these two groups of animals are quite distinct! Learn about a few “herps” that live in the park and how the park provides habitats for these awesome critters. Day-Use Fee: Cost $3.00 per vehicle (exact cash or check) Friends of the RGNC permit holders and NM State Parks annual permit holders enter free with valid permit displayed.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Front Desk 505 344-7240




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Saturday, June 22
08:30 AM - 09:30 AM
Sugarite Canyon
Cofffee with a Ranger
Meet at Lake Alice Campground for a Question and answer with a New Mexico State Park Ranger. There is Generally a discussion topic related to events going in the park and the surrounding area. Coffee and doughnuts (while they last) are served. The regular Park Entrance Fee applies. Please bring exact cash or check or display a valid New Mexico State Parks annual pass.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Robert Smith 575 445 5607




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Saturday, June 22
03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Sugarite Canyon
NM Raptors
Laura McCann will be present living birds of prey at Sugarite Canyon State Park. https://www.facebook.com/NewMexicoRaptors/ This presentation is available to all ages (subject to adherence of the presenter instructions). NM Rators presentations inform the audience on birds of prey in the Southwest and offer 2-3 live bird showings. The regular Park Entrance Fee applies. Please bring exact cash or check or display a valid New Mexico State Parks annual pass.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Visitor Center Staff 575-445-5607




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Saturday, June 22
07:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Ute Lake
Texas Panhandle Bass Anglers
Texas Panhandle Bass Anglers will host a tournament on Saturday, June 22nd, from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm at Ute Lake State Park. Boats can launch from any of the five ramps in the park. It is a catch-and-release tournament with a weigh-in to be held at the Ute Lake Marina. Please bring exact cash or check for the $5 park entrance fee, or display a valid New Mexico State Parks annual pass.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Cory Bliss (806) 395-7654




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Sunday, June 23
08:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Rio Grande Nature Ctr.
Guided Bird Walk
Join us for our Guided Bird Walks every Saturday and Sunday morning. Registration is required. Please call the RGNC Front Desk at 505-344-7240 to sign up. Walks are limited to (12) people. The Park’s Day-Use Fee is $3.00 per vehicle (exact cash or check). Friends of the RGNC and NM State Parks annual permit holders enter free with a valid permit displayed. Participants are encouraged to bring binoculars, insect repellent and sunscreen, as needed. Meet at the Candelaria Viewing Area (Northeast side of the parking lot). If you are signed up and can’t attend, kindly call us so that we can open the spot to someone on the waiting list.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Front Desk (505) 344-7240




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Sunday, June 23
09:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Sugarite Canyon
NM Raptors
Laura McCann will be present living birds of prey at Sugarite Canyon State Park. https://www.facebook.com/NewMexicoRaptors/ This presentation is available to all ages (subject to adherence of the presenter instructions). NM Rators presentations inform the audience on birds of prey in the Southwest and offer 2-3 live bird showings. The regular Park Entrance Fee applies. Please bring exact cash or check or display a valid New Mexico State Parks annual pass.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Visitor Center Staff 575-445-5607




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Saturday, June 29
08:15 PM - 09:30 PM
Leasburg Dam
STAR PROGRAM
Join us for a night of star gazing. Members from the Astronomical Society of Las Cruces will operate a 16" telescope to view amazing night sky objects. Through several telescopes, you will see nebulae, globular clusters, star clusters, planetary nebulae, galaxies, and more! The show starts at sunset located at the Observatory - next to the visitor center parking lot. $5 per vehicle park entrance fee.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: any park staff 575-524-4068




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Saturday, June 29
08:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Rio Grande Nature Ctr.
Guided Bird Walk
Join us for our Guided Bird Walks every Saturday and Sunday morning. Registration is required. Please call the RGNC Front Desk at 505-344-7240 to sign up. Walks are limited to (12) people. The Park’s Day-Use Fee is $3.00 per vehicle (exact cash or check). Friends of the RGNC and NM State Parks annual permit holders enter free with a valid permit displayed. Participants are encouraged to bring binoculars, insect repellent and sunscreen, as needed. Meet at the Candelaria Viewing Area (Northeast side of the parking lot). If you are signed up and can’t attend, kindly call us so that we can open the spot to someone on the waiting list.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Front Desk (505) 344-7240




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Sunday, June 30
08:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Rio Grande Nature Ctr.
Guided Bird Walk
Join us for our Guided Bird Walks every Saturday and Sunday morning. Registration is required. Please call the RGNC Front Desk at 505-344-7240 to sign up. Walks are limited to (12) people. The Park’s Day-Use Fee is $3.00 per vehicle (exact cash or check). Friends of the RGNC and NM State Parks annual permit holders enter free with a valid permit displayed. Participants are encouraged to bring binoculars, insect repellent and sunscreen, as needed. Meet at the Candelaria Viewing Area (Northeast side of the parking lot). If you are signed up and can’t attend, kindly call us so that we can open the spot to someone on the waiting list.
Fees: Regular Entrance Fee
Contact: Front Desk (505) 344-7240




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