Western National Parks Association, 2000 - 48 էջ
Few humans settle in the Mojave Desert but thousands pass through it. You'll understand why when you explore the extremes of this desert environment, from its salt flats and dunes to snow-capped mountains. An excellent guidebook filled with unforgettable images of wildlife, plants, ghost towns, and more.
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