|Last weekend, I headed back to the northern island of the Mojave National Preserve that centers on Clark Mountain. Most of the area is a wilderness preserve, but there are trails all around, with springs, terrific views, and wildlife. In the past, I have seen deer, cattle and horses in the area. I went back, with the intention of finding more wildlife, by visiting all of the springs I could, where wildlife would likely congregate. I found some wildlife, two pairs of deer, lots of crows, and some cows, but none of the wild Burros I was really searching for. Lots of pretty scenery though!|
Me, enjoying the fire, the stars, and some good Brandy
Views of, and from Clark Mountain
The little wildlife I photographed.
On the trail to Clark Mountain, I was in a forest of Single Leaf Pinyon Pines, in just the right stage for harvesting some pine nuts for snacking. They were terrific!