Upcoming Events

The Highlands Center for Natural History works to connect everybody with the outdoors. Whether it’s through camps for children, outdoor music and theater events or educational programming it’s our goal offer experiences on and of nature for everyone.

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The Flower Clock—What Wild Plants Tell Us About Time

The Flower Clock—What Wild Plants Tell Us About Time

Tuesday, June 22nd from 5 pm- 7 pm

In blossoming, wild plants reveal the true nature of the seasons in all their manifestations: long days or darkness, dry or rainy, warm or cool, buzzing with insects, or dormant. Join Susan lamb, past Grand Canyon Ranger-Naturalists and author of over 24 books on the natural world, for a presentation on what wild plants tell us about time.

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Highlands Center For Natural History Book Club Meeting

Highlands Center For Natural History Book Club Meeting

Friday, July 2nd from 11 am-12 pm

In partnership with Peregrine Book Company, the Highlands Center for Natural History launched a book club. This book club is for adults eager to learn more about the natural history of the Southwest and connect with others who are as well. The book for spring is Coyote America: A Natural and Supernatural History by Dan Flores. Peregrine Book Company, is offering this book for purchase with a 10% discount for Highlands Center Book Club participants.

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