Join Dr. Kappus of Southwest University on a free-form nature walk through one of El Paso’s greatest parks, Billy Rogers Arroyo Park and Nature Preserve. This large, 75-acre park reveals many things about the Chihuahuan desert, and has resident foxes, hares, roadrunners, red tailed hawks, and even street people. Your guide will introduce you to the natural history through rocks, plants, footprints, and other discoveries.
Meet at 9 AM in the parking lot of the El Paso Tennis Club on N. Virginia Street in the Billy Rogers Arroyo Park. (MAP) Remember water, sunscreen and comfortable hiking shoes. This is an easy hike/stroll, although we will go off trail. Contact Dr. Kappus at Southwest University with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.