biodiversity, endangered species, transect, Species, Threatened and Endangered Species
Lake Mead is an excellent resource for studying diversity in the Mojave Desert. Although most people are well acquainted with the recreation area’s water, that resource only comprises 13% of the recreation area. The other 87% is land based. In its 1.5 million acres, Lake Mead NRA supports more than 900 plant species and approximately 345 animal species which include mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds.
A one-mile nature walk enables students to study the world of geology. Students will discover a few of the geologic stories of the area.