Each summer, great local, regional and national musicians perform at the Zoo and Botanic Garden. Enjoy genres from bluegrass, country and Americana to Irish, jazz and Latin rock. Get the full line-up for the upcoming Zoo Music and Summer Nights concert series.
Join us for special evening tours at the BioPark. Discover the pollinators that come out after dark at a Night Walk at the Botanic Garden, hear the sounds of dusk during a Bosque Moonlight Hike at Tingley Beach or watch animals' evening behaviors on a Twilight Tour at the Zoo.
River of Lights
Discover what's happening at the next River of Lights, New Mexico's largest walk-through holiday light display. Each December, the BioPark unveils a new set of of light sculptures on this magical holiday event.
Offer Aquarium visitors a hands-on learning experience
Help tend the plants and garden railroad at the Botanic Garden.
Join the Duke City Model Yacht Club for the 2016 Soling One Meter Region 5 Championship Regatta.
Operate Discovery Stations for BioPark visitors. Open to volunteers over age 14.
BioPark staff and field experts discuss conservation science during this informal lunchtime lecture.
Fish without a license, this day only!
Week-long classes where learning goes wild!
Celebrate the world's ocean and our personal connection to the sea.
Teen volunteers can help facilitate the BioPark's summer camps