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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.

Nevada Naturalists waiting for snow

Naturalists get happy when they are told there's a possibility of snow . . .

Naturalist instructor pointing to a tiny native plant

Instructor Colleen Grant points out a tiny native plant.

Naturalists looking at a Ponderosa Pine

Naturalists George McDonald and Laura Glismann discover there is more to a Ponderosa Pine than meets the eye . . . even during a snow storm!

Naturalist smelling flowers and sampling native elderberries

Taking time to smell the flowers and sample native elderberries.

Observing pupfish at the Fish Conservation Facility - Ash Meadows.

Observing pupfish at the Fish Conservation Facility - Ash Meadows.

Discovering Aquatic life at Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Discovering Aquatic life at Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge.

Naturalist smelling flowers and sampling native elderberries

Hiking the Trail at Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge.

Botany Hike along First Creek Trail

A botany hike along First Creek Trail, RRCCA

Picture of Mt. Charleston Picture of Mt. Charleston

The splendor of Mt. Charleston!