Flora of Lake Mead

Flora of Lake Mead

Page Type Page Type: Album
Additional Information Image Type(s): Flora

Plant Life of Lake Mead Area

View from Cathedral Peak
Lake Mead National Recreation Area is located in the states of Nevada and Arizona. It was established in 1964. It is a 1.5 million acres of wild and rugged beauty. The developed trails are very limited, thus the area offers plenty of solitude and excitement for more adventurous hikers and scramblers looking for remote peaks and canyons to explore. The are plenty of off-trail routes to the shores of Lake Mead, Lake Mohave, the Colorado River and hot springs as well.

This is also a great place for nature study as the three of the American desert ecosystems meet here.

They are: the Mojave, the Great Basin and the Sonoran Desert.

This album is dedicated to all plants that have adapted to survive in this beautiful yet extreme place where temperatures soar in summertime and where rain is a very rare event.
View from Arch Mountain High Point

External Links

Plant List for Lake Mead National Recreation Area

My slideshow of Lake Mead Wildflowers in 2005


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Fábio Oliva

Fábio Oliva - Sep 13, 2007 11:11 pm - Voted 10/10


Fantastic album!
Beautiful flowers, lots of colors, excellent shots!
Someday, I'll visit that place, take and bring some pictures to attach to this album.
Very cool idea!

Anya Jingle

Anya Jingle - Sep 14, 2007 1:18 am - Hasn't voted

Re: Congratulations

Thanks. It is still work in progress ;)
Greetings, Anya

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