Archive for February, 2010

After a rainy El Nino year like this one, we can anticipate a great show of desert wildflowers. Some of our desert National Parks will be great places to visit and camp.

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Today we feature Joshua Tree National Park in Southeastern California with some blog articles.

Camissonia’s Corner: Looking Forward and Backward at Joshua Tree

Looking Forward and Backward at Joshua Tree National Park. With the recent heavy rains, our deserts should be gearing up for a phantasmagorical wildflower fest. Desert USA’s wildflower reports is now up and running, but it will probably …

Publish Date: 02/07/2010 23:37

Photo spot 11: Joshua Tree National Park – Cholla Cactus Garden

Joshua Tree National Park lies at the convergence of two deserts, the Mojave and the Colorado. Joshua trees and granite boulders characterize the windy high Mojave Desert, while at the Colorado Desert’s lower elevations, …

Publish Date: 02/04/2010 1:51


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