According to Jeanne L. Clark's excellent Nevada Wildlife Viewing Guide, Falcon Press Publishing, 1993, hundreds of mule deer of both the Rocky Mountain and California subspecies descend to this area each winter to forage.
Author: Matt Purdue
Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc
Category: Electronic books
We travel to grow OCo our Adventure Guides show you how. Experience the places you visit more directly, freshly, intensely than you would otherwise OCo sometimes best done on foot, in a canoe, or through cultural adventures like art courses, cooking classes, learning the language, meeting the people, joining in the festivals and celebrations. This can make your trip life-changing, unforgettable. All of the detailed information you need is here about the hotels, restaurants, shopping, sightseeing. But we also lead you to new discoveries, turning corners you haven't turned before, helping you to interact with the world in new ways. That's what makes our Adventure Guides unique. This signature Hunter series targets travelers eager to really explore the destination, not just visit it. Extensively researched and offering the very latest information, Adventure Guides are written by knowledgeable, experienced authors. The focus is on outdoor activities -- hiking, biking, rock climbing, horseback riding, downhill skiing, parasailing, backpacking, waterskiing, scuba diving -- and these user-friendly books provide all the details you need, including prices. The best local outfitters are listed, along with contact numbers, addresses and recommendations. A comprehensive introductory section provides background on history, geography, climate, culture, when to go, transportation and planning. The books then take a region-by-region approach, plunging into the very heart of each area and what adventures it offers, as well as a full range of accommodations, historical sites, walking tours, museums, shopping, restaurants for every budget, and festivals. Adventures throughout the state, from Great Basin National Park to Winnemucca, Ruby Mountain Wilderness to Angel Lake, from Cathedral Gorge State Park to the Las Vegas strip. Urban and rural destinations offer a good mix of activities. There's something for everyone, so take your pick! Useful tips on travel in the wilderness included. The print edition of this book is 210 pages. It's a guide to every corner of Nevada - what to see and do, where to stay, the best places to eat, the ghost towns, the mountains, the lakes the towns and the cities - with an accent on enjoying the great outdoors. The author details the best places for hiking, mountain biking, jeeping, boating and fishing, with info on all the outfitters and guides. There are 22 state parks in the state, plus 14 national recreation areas, 14 wildlife refuges and a sliver of the newest national park, Death Valley. He covers them all - what to see and do, how to get there, how to get around. Lake Tahoe and Lake Mead are covered as well. While everybody else heads for the Strip, with its faux Sphinx, plastic volcano and campy lounge acts, you can head out to the Great Basin, with this book on your laptop, where you will have the whole wild and naturally amazing state almost to yourself. -- Amazon reviewer"
Maintain the following existing Watchable Wildlife Viewing sites ( as published in the Nevada Wildlife Viewing Guide ( Clark , 1993 ] ) and evaluate potential watchable wildlife areas in collaboration with local , state , tribal ...
Author: Watchable Wildlife IncorporatedPublish On: 2013-05-03
Where to Watch Wildlife Watchable Wildlife Incorporated. Rockland Ave. and turn left. Proceed on Rockland Ave. to Nevada Ave. Turn left on Nevada Ave. and proceed to the end of the road. By bus: Take the S61, S62 or S66 bus to the ...
Author: Watchable Wildlife Incorporated
Publisher: Adventure Publications
Majestic mountains, urban heights, world-class parks and lakes, pastoral farmlands and vineyards - New York State has it all! New York's wildlife viewing and bountiful natural beauty are only matched by its rich history and invigorating culture. The New York Wildlife Viewing Guide is your key to unlocking the treasures of the Empire State, with detailed descriptions of 112 unique locations and the wildlife you may find at each. Plus, the three-tiered rating system lets you know which locations are not to be missed.
A Guide to Observing Animals in the Wild Joe La Tourette, National Wildlife Federation ... Nevada Wildlife Viewing Guide. Helena, Mont.: FalconPress.87 pages. Cole, Jim. 1990.Utah Wildlife Viewing Guide. Helena, Mont.: Falcon Press.
Author: Joe La Tourette
Publisher: Holt Paperbacks
The National Wildlife Federation's Wildlife Watcher's Handbook from Joe La Tourette and the National Wildlife Federation is an authoritative guide to when, where, and how to watch North American animals in their natural habitats.
Abbe, D.R., 1985, Austin and the Reese River mining district, Nevada's forgotten frontier: University of Nevada ... Clark, J.L., 1993, Nevada wildlife viewing guide: Falcon Press Publishing Co., Inc., Helena and Billings, Montana, 87 p.
Carlson, Helen S., Nevada Place Names, A Geographical Dictionary. Reno, Nevada: University of Nevada Press, 1974. Clark, Jeanne L. Nevada Wildlife Viewing Guide, Helena, Mont.: Falcon Press, 1993. Hall, Shawn. Preserving the Glory Days: ...
Author: Peter Massey
Publisher: Adler Publishing
Category: Sports & Recreation
Find exciting scenic drives hiking trails, camping areas, ghost towns, fishing spots and more! This unique FULL COLOR addition to the Adler TRAILS SERIES contains meticulous details for hundreds of miles of scenic backroads and four wheel drive trails in western Nevada, near the towns of Reno, Carson City, Virginia City, Tonopah, and Hawthorne. Meticulous trail details instruct readers how to safely navigate hundreds of miles of the region's best scenic backroads and four-wheel trails. See ghost towns, numerous old mines and mill workings, and old railroad grades along the more than 35 routes. Directions include GPS coordinates and all trails are rated for difficulty, mileage, driving time, remoteness, and more. Descriptions highlight the ideal places to camp, hike, mountain bike, fish, and sightsee. Histories recount the days of the Wild West. Hundreds of COLOR PHOTOS.
Falcon Press published the Nevada Wildlife Viewing Guide ( Clark 1993 ) as part of their series on watchable wildlife sites . The guide features the elk viewing area and 54 other locations across Nevada . Further Developments In 1994 ...
BLM featured the display at a booth at the RMEF Elk Camp in 1994 at Portland , OR , as well as at the local RMEF banquet in Ely , NV . Falcon Press published the Nevada Wildlife Viewing Guide ( Clark ...
Author: Society for Ecological Restoration. ConferencePublish On: 1996
Falcon Press published the Nevada Wildlife Viewing Guide ( Clark 1993 ) as part of their series on watchable wildlife sites . The guide features the elk viewing area and 54 other locations across Nevada . a Further Developments In 1994 ...
Author: Society for Ecological Restoration. Conference
Clark, J.L., 1993, Nevada wildlife viewing guide: Falcon Press Publishing Co., Inc., Helena and Billings, Montana, 87 p. Coats, R.R., 1987, Geology of Elko County, Nevada: Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology Bulletin 101, 112 p.
Reno: University of Nevada Press. Clark, Jeanne L. 1993. Nevada Wildlife Viewing Guide. Helena, Mont.: Falcon Press. Cline, Gloria Griffen. 1988. Exploring the Great Basin. 1963. Reprint, Reno: University of Nevada Press. Fiero, Bill.
Author: Mike White
Publisher: University of Nevada Press
Nevada boasts some of the most diverse and beautiful landscapes in North America and is rich in trails that embrace the state’s scenic, geologic, and historic resources. Mike White, renowned outdoors writer and instructor, now offers a guide to fifty of the best Nevada hikes, ranging across the entire state from the Mojave Desert to the Sierra Nevada, from sagebrush basins to the alpine heights of the Ruby Mountains. Here are hikes for every taste and level of fitness, including outings suitable for families with small children and full-scale assaults on challenging peaks. Each hike is described in terms of its route and special features, and includes a map and elevation profile. The book also offers information about the geology, wildlife, plants, history, and weather features of Nevada, as well as helpful directions to ensure safe and comfortable travel in Nevada’s rugged and isolated backcountry. This is an indispensable guide for anyone seeking enjoyable adventures in some of the country’s most spectacular natural regions.
RECOMMENDED READING Trail guides and natural history books are flooding off the presses at such a rate that any recommended list will soon be out of date . ( We provide a list anyway . ) ... Nevada Wildlife Viewing Guide .
Author: Genny Smith
Publisher: Univ of California Press
"There are few more spectacular drives on Earth than Highway 395 along the foot of the great granite wall of the Sierra Nevada. In Sierra East, Genny Smith and her team of experts tell the story of that amazing terrain, and its fantastic contours, molded by tectonic upthrusts and Pleistocene glaciers; its spectacular weathers; its amazing diversity of plant and animal life; and the human struggles over its life-giving waters."--Harold Gilliam, author of Weather of the San Francisco Bay Region "For those of us who live within the Sierra East territory, this is the 'right' side of California. It is a wondrous place to visit. This book is not a superficial tourist guide to what you may see from the scenic overlooks. It is a real guidebook covering all the natural and unnatural history as well as geology, weather, and water. There are thorough descriptions of plants and animals you may wander across plus information on how they cope with the extreme rigors of the high mountains and harsh deserts."--Sally Gaines, co-founder of the Mono Lake Committee "This is the first comprehensive natural history of the Eastern Sierra. An outstanding team of authors, with years of experience in the region, meets the challenge of covering their specialties from the Mojave Desert to the tops of 14,000-foot mountains. This diverse material is uniformly accessible in a readable style."--Frank L. Powell, Director, White Mountain Research Station, University of California, San Diego
New edition of Litton's original of 1990 with some 135 more pages. Covers 100 hot springs and 86 additional hikes. A surprisingly small ($2.) price increase. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
Following modern highways that parallel much of the Lewis and Clark Trail, suggests a two-week itinerary for the trek that took the original explorers almost two years. Includes history, sites, sidetrips, lodging, camping, and restaurants. Illustrated with bandw photos, a few maps (travellers will want more detailed ones), and eight pages of color photos. No index. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Reno: University of Nevada Press, 1974. Charlet, David Alan, Atlas of Nevada Conifers. Reno: University of Nevada Press, 1996. Clark, Jeanne L., Nevada Wildlife Viewing Guide. Helena: Falcon Press, 1993. Cline, Gloria Griffen, Exploring ...
Author: Mike White
Publisher: Wilderness Press
Backpacking Nevada, the ultimate guide to backpacking trips in Nevada's basin and range, has 23 trips ranging from two days to two weeks. From the East Humboldt Wilderness to the Ruby Mountains and the Toiyabe Range, this guide describes the finest backpacking adventures in Nevada. Few people are aware of the vast expanse of natural beauty that lies outside the dizzying atmosphere of Nevada's Las Vegas and Reno metro areas. Venture outside the strip however, and discover untrammeled wilderness in the most mountainous state in the continental US. Explore the forests of the Carson Range, traverse the granite peaks and cascading creeks of the Santa Rosa-Paradise Peak Wilderness, or watch elk and antelope in the remote Jarbridge Mountains.
Atlas of Nevada Conifers. Reno: University of Nevada Press, 1996. Clark, Jeanne L. Nevada Wildlife Viewing Guide. Helena, MT: Falcon Press, 1993. Fiero, Bill. Geology of the Great Basin. San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1986. Graf, Michael.
Author: Mike White
Publisher: Wilderness Press
Ever since the Wild West days of Kit Carson and the Comstock Lode, visitors have been drawn to Reno-Tahoe in search of adventure. Today, the best adventures are found outdoors, where hikers can take lakeside strolls, mountain ascents, or simple walks with dogs and kids. Afoot & Afield: Reno-Tahoe, by local author Mike White, features more than 175 trips in a diverse range of terrain around Lake Tahoe and the communities of Reno, Sparks, Carson City, and Minden-Gardnerville. These trips are tailored for every type of hiker, and many are suited for mountain bikers. This new edition features 26 new hikes and all updated content.