Desert NWR goes in elevation from 2,200 feet (670 m) in the valley floors to 9,924 feet (3,025 m) at the top of Hayford Peak. This range covers seven distinct life zones that host different plant and animal communities.
This web series aims to tell the stories of those who explored our land, honor local heroes and organizations that better the community, and showcase some of the most spectacular locations hidden throughout our great state.
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