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    • Alkali Sink
    • Lizard
      This lizard ranges in color from brown to black, and can measure a total length of 21 cm. They are usually seen sunning on paths, rocks, and fence posts. During the winter they go through a period of hibernation.
    • Saltgrass
      Salt grass can grow from 4 to 6 inches tall with tough, rigid, stems. It begins to grow in the early summer and has a very slow growth rate.
    • Yarrow
      Theleaves of the yarrow are 5–20 cm long and have a feathery look. The yarrow is often used as a powerful 'healing herb.'
    • FoothillWoodland
    • Squirrel
      Squirrels typically have slender bodies with bushy tails and large eyes. They have excellent vision, and their fur is generally soft and silky.
    • Wandering Daisy
      The wandering daisy is a species of flowering plant reaching from 10 to over 40 centimeters in height. The head has a center of golden yellow disc florets.
    • Dark Rock Moss
    • Riparian
    • Mallard Duck Miners Lettuce
      Miners lettuce is a trailing plant, growing to a maximum of 40 cm in length. It prefers cool, damp conditions, and as the day get hotter, the leaves turn deep red as they dry out.
      The males have a bright green or blue head, and the females is light brown. The mallard is 56–65 centimetres long and has a wingspan of 81–98 centimeters. The Mallard inhabits a wide range of habitats and climates.
    • Purple Nightshade
      This purple-blue flower can be up to 3 centimeters wide with leaves that are up to 7 centimeters long. It has about 90 genera and 2600 species. Plants in the nightshade family bear flowers with five sepals, five petals, five stamens, and a solitary pistil.
    • Shadscale Scrub
    • Cactus
      This cactus has flattened, green pads. The pads vary in outline from rounded, heart-shaped, or diamond-shaped to nearly cylindrical. A single plant may consist of hundreds of pads.
    • BluewitchMountain Bush Sunflower
      The green oval-shaped leaves on hairy green stems grow to a maximum height of one meter. It has bright purple or blue frilly flowers with thick yellow anthers at the center. The flowers close into spherical buds overnight.
      Mountain bush sunflower is a perennial shrub that can grow to be 4 ft. tall with yellow daisy flowers. It requires sun and very little water .
    • Valley Grassland
    • Cottontail Rabbit
      The cottontail closely resembles the wild European Rabbit. They have a stub tail with a white underside that shows when they are retreating, giving them their name, "cottontails." Most species live in nests called forms.
    • Needle grass
      It grows in height from 2 to 3 feet and can be nutritious.
    • Sunflower
      The sunflower got its name from its huge, fiery blooms, whose shape and image is often used to depict the sun. The heads consist of 1,000-2,000 individual flowers joined together by a receptacle base. Sunflowers most commonly grow to heights between 5 and 12 feet.
    • Mountain Meadows
      Giant Sequoia
      Red Fir Forest