Why K-12 Students Read DesertUSA

pdog02DesertUSA Is A Great Resource For School Projects
Learn about desert plants, animals and geology.
By L. Bremner of DesertRoadTrippin

When we first started DesertUSA.com, it was designed be a multimedia resource for information about plants, animals and geology of the North American Deserts.  We have since expanded DesertUSA into a website that includes information about the national and state parks, road trip destinations and many other outdoor recreational activities. Our core audience is still  K-12 students, who visit our site to study about flora, fauna, geology and many of the unique adaptations that enable life to survive in the harsh desert environment.

The most popular pages on DesertUSA.com are the animal pages.  We have animal fact sheets on snakes, kangaroo rats, butterflies and many other desert dwellers.  We have fact sheets on more than 49 mammals, 30 birds and fish, 24 reptiles and amphibians and 35 types of spiders and insects.  Every month we add new animals to our lists.  Some of the more popular animals have video and audio clips.  The rattlesnake and black widow spider are two of our most visited pages.

DesertUSA Videos ares a big part of our site and we have quite a few videos about the more popular animals.  Our most watched video is of the Kingsnake.  DesertUSA provides content that is kid-friendly and educational.  Take a moment to visit our site and tell your kids about it so they can use it as a resource for their next school project.

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