• Kelso Mountain

    Mojave

    National Preserve California

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    Kelso Depot Visitor Center is open Fridays through Tuesdays from 9 am to 5 pm, closed Wednesdays and Thursdays. The Beanery Lunch Counter is closed.

Mojave Podcasts

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Join the National Park Service and Friends as we explore Mojave National Preserve in Mojave Desert Tracks, a series of audio and video programs from and about this special place!

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Subscribe to Mojave Desert Tracks via iTunes.

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  • The Mojave Desert Tracks podcast is featured in many directories (e.g., the iTunes Store, among many others) and may be located by seaching for a keyword such as "Mojave." Many directories also serve as feed readers or aggregators.
 
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Subscribe to the Mojave Desert Tracks Podcast
Original audio and video programs, and documentary, safety, orientation and historical films and videos from and about Mojave National Preserve.

Did You Know?

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Creosote bush dominates the Mojave Desert landscape, growing on about seventy percent of Mojave Desert lands.