Nevada Naturalists on the move — Mt. Charleston
While studying native plants, Nevada Naturalists encounter the first snow of the season at
Mt. Charleston on October 11, 2008.
Naturalists get happy when they are told
there's a possibility of snow . . .
Instructor Colleen Grant points
out a tiny native plant.
Naturalists George McDonald and Laura
Glismann discover there is more to a
Ponderosa Pine than meets the eye . . .
even during a snow storm!
Taking time to smell the flowers
and sample native elderberries.
Observing pupfish at the Fish Conservation Facility - Ash Meadows.
Discovering Aquatic life at Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge.
Hiking the Trail at Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge.
A botany hike along First Creek Trail, RRCCA
The splendor of Mt. Charleston!