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Colorado River Aqueduct Photos
Colorado River Aqueduct
Its capacity is 1.3 million acre-feet per year.
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Colorado River Aqueduct Images
Colorado River Aqueduct
Completed in 1941 the Colorado River Aqueduct carries water 242 miles from Lake Havasu on the Colorado River to Lake Matthews in western Riverside County.
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Stock photography of Colorado River Aqueduct
Colorado River Aqueduct
Safety cable and floats positioned before the aqueduct flows into a large set of culverts.
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Colorado River Aqueduct Pictures
Colorado River Aqueduct
Safety cable and floats positioned before the aqueduct flows into a large set of culverts.
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Stock photos of Colorado River Aqueduct
Colorado River Aqueduct
Safety cable and floats positioned before the aqueduct flows into a large set of culverts.
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Pictures of Anza Borrego Badlands
Anza Borrego Badlands
Taken from ridgeline along southern Santa Rosa Mountains.
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Stock images of Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog
Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog
In the early 1900s it was said that in some areas of the High Sierra Mountains the Mountain Yellow-Legged Frogs were so thick you could walk across lakes on them. Since that time over 90% of their known population has disappeared. Their plummeting numbers are believed to have been caused by the introduction of non-native trout. The trout feed on the tadpoles and juvenile frogs.
species: Rana muscosa
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Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog - Tadpole Stock Photography
Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog - Tadpole
In the early 1900s it was said that in some areas of the High Sierra Mountains the Mountain Yellow-Legged Frogs were so thick you could walk across lakes on them. Since that time over 90% of their known population has disappeared. Their plummeting numbers are believed to have been caused by the introduction of non-native trout. The trout feed on the tadpoles and juvenile frogs.
species: Rana muscosa
photo-id: REP-015 request pricing

Mount San Jacinto from San Gorgonio Photos
Mount San Jacinto from San Gorgonio
View from atop switchbacks above High Trail Camp, Vivian Creek Trail.
photo-id: SGM-002 request pricing Google Earth

Mount San Gorgonio Summit Sunset Images
Mount San Gorgonio Summit Sunset
Tallest mountain in Southern California, elevation 11,500 feet. Mount San Jacinto in background.
photo-id: SGM-003 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Mount San Jacinto
Mount San Jacinto
Taken North of Palm Springs.
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Mount San Jacinto Pictures
Mount San Jacinto
Taken North of Palm Springs.
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Stock photos of High Sierra - Mountain Reflection
High Sierra - Mountain Reflection
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see also
| Anza Borrego | Bristlecone Pine | California All American Canal | California Aqueduct | Desert Bighorn Sheep | Desert Wildflowers |
| Giant Sequoia Trees | High Sierra | Hoover Dam | Joshua Tree | Kings Canyon National Park | Salton Sea | San Gorgonio |
| San Jacinto | Sequoia National Park | Southern Pacific Rattlesnake | Sunsets Late Light | Threatened Species | Wind Turbine Power Generation |
| Yosemite |

species represented
Rana muscosa

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Amphibian, Aqua, Aque, Aqueducts, Backpacking, Deserts, Duct, Ducts, Endangered Species, Frog, High Sierra, Hiking,
Irrigate, Irrigation, Late Light, Legged, Mountains, San Jacinto, Sierras, Sunsets, Water, Yellow

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