Enjoy a full range of educational classes and programs for learners of all ages!
DESERT BOTANICAL GARDEN
Science CLASSES, LECTURES, LEARNING
If you are intrigued by your environment and the living things that comprise it, explore the Garden's interactive science programs. The Garden offers classes designed to illuminate topics from Arizona geology and history to celestial objects in the desert sky. Discover the remarkable characteristics and behavior of desert animals or enjoy the history of desert people. Many classes are hands-on lectures or with trips full of adventure and excitement.
Tuesday / May 2 / 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
The Sonoran Desert is home to three species of squirrels: the rock, round-tailed and Harris' antelope squirrels. They are mostly ground dwellers, since the Sonoran Desert lacks large trees. Learn about their fascinating natural history, adaptations and behaviors. Instructed by Randy Babb from the Arizona Game and Fish Department. Limit 30.
Session Spring 2017: Tue, May 2, 2017 6:30PM - 8:30PM OPEN