NMMS Field Trip Schedule for 2001
Field trips have been traditionally scheduled for alternating Sundays
and Saturdays with each day's destination being decided by participants.
Unless specified otherwise, meet at the Annex parking lot of the Natural History Museum.
Field Trips traditionally leave at
For additions or information, contact David Wallis.
Dates listed below link to specific Field Trip Reports
Thurs 5 Apr : Los Alamos Burn Areas
Sat 7 Apr : East side of Sandias
Sat 28 Apr : Los Alamos Burn Areas
Sun 20 May : Los Alamos Burn Areas
Sat 2 Jun : Bandelier Burn Study Plot
Sun 3 Jun : East side of Sandias
Wed 8 Aug : Bandelier Burn Study Plot & Pajarito Ski Area
Sun 12 Aug : Mushroom Hike with NM Mtn Club
23-26 Aug : NMMS Annual Foray
Fri 7 Sep : Bandelier Burn Study Plot
Sat 15 Sep : Pajarito Burn Study Plot
I would hope that those folks desiring to carpool can work that out among
themselves. I suggest that those wishing to do so:
Consult the Contact List to
living near you -or-
Contact me either by Email or
and let me know that you plan to participate, would like to carpool, and if you
prefer to drive, get a ride, or either. This info I can then add to the
appropriate Field Trip page.
Parking in the Sandias
There is a $3 daily parking fee in the Sandias. Those who think they
will be frequenting the Sandias might consider purchasing an annual pass
for $30 (good for 2 vehicles and valid for a year following the month of
purchase.) You can get a permit at the main Cibola NF office: 2113 Osuna
Rd NE, ABQ. They will require the auto registration for each vehicle.
For more information visit the Cibola NF
Beginning this year (2001) I am including on Field Trip Reports the GPS
co÷rdinates (when known) for meeting places and foray sites. I prefer to use
UTM co÷rds, but if anyone insists on a need for Lat/Long, I can include them as
I'll list the UTM Co÷rdinates in a 'zen' format (zone,east,north).
Probably any place we foray will be in zone 13, but I'll include that piece of
information to avoid any uncertainty.
Visit the GPS/GIS Links page for
Previous Field Trips: