DesertUSA publishes news, articles and educational content about the desert regions of the United States. Our news feed includes press releases from the National Park Service, State Parks and other recreation areas.
Desert Life Features
Photos by Jim Bremner, DesertUSA Staff Photographer
Staff Photographer, Jim Bremner, has been photographing wildlife for many years. In 2016 he purchased a wildlife trail camera to see what animals lived on his ranch. Today, he has several cameras and videos at two watering holes. His collection includes photos of mountain lions, bobcats, owls, coyotes, skunks, and many other critters.
Search and Rescue Training at Zion National Park On the morning of Wednesday, November 23, Zion National Park shuttle drivers reported that visitors had encountered an injured man and a non-responsive…
Plan ahead to know when shuttles will run and where you can camp in Zion National Park Autumn Visitors at the Zion Canyon Visitor Center Fall has arrived at Zion National…
“The Salton Sea is an enormous resource to California, to the western United States, and the entire Western Hemisphere.” Audubon California today announced that it is the recipient of a $500,000…
An adventure through time. Explore the route used by pioneers on their way to California. The Mojave Road lets your SUV act as a time machine, guiding you on a trail that stretches for 138 miles through country virtually unchanged since prehistoric times. Learn more about the Mojave Road Guide by Dennis Casebier.
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If you’re looking for a fun thing to do with your kids, check out our “Break-at-Home” geode kits. This hands on rockhounding experience is a great way for kids to learn about geology, how geodes are formed and to experience the excitement of discovery when they break one open. Learn more about “Break-at-Home” geodes