Sedona AZ (November 21, 2013) – In December 2013 at Red Rock State Park, learn about lizards and the geology of Sedona at two talks or enjoy a hike and walk amidst the beautiful landscape of the Sedona red rocks. The park offers guided hikes and bird walks as well as the opportunity to explore on your own.
Lecture Series – “Those Terrible Lizards” by Ken Bork Ph.D.: On Sunday, December 1 at 2 p.m. in the Park’s Theatre, join Bork as he discusses all aspects of what dinosaurs were and what happened to them and may even uncover where their ancestors live now! This lecture is recommended for ages 8 and up due to some graphic content. Bork is a new resident of Sedona and is an enthusiast of the rich natural history and cultural options of this area. He has long been fascinated with dinosaurs and has Ph.D. in Geology and Paleontology. Space is limited, so call ahead to reserve your spot. A special event fee of $5 per adult (14 and up) is in addition to the regular park entrance fee of $5 per adult (ages 14 and up), $3 per youth (7-13) and free for children (0-6). For additional information and reservations, please call (928) 282-6907. Read More→