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Joshua Tree National Park Photos
Joshua Tree National Park
species: Yucca brevifolia
photo-id: DJT-021 request pricing Google Earth

Joshua Tree in Bloom Images
Joshua Tree in Bloom
species: Yucca brevifolia
photo-id: DJT-023 request pricing Google Earth

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Joshua Tree in Bloom
species: Yucca brevifolia
photo-id: DJT-024 request pricing Google Earth

Joshua Tree National Park Pictures
Joshua Tree National Park
Joshua Tree was first declared a National Monument in 1936. It wasnt until 1994, as a part of the California Desert Protection Act, that Congress included it as a National Park. Over 794,000 acres are protected within its boundaries.
species: Yucca brevifolia
photo-id: DJT-025 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Joshua Tree
Joshua Tree
species: Yucca brevifolia
photo-id: DJT-026 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Joshua Tree National Park
Joshua Tree National Park
species: Yucca brevifolia
photo-id: DJT-027 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Joshua Tree
Joshua Tree
species: Yucca brevifolia
photo-id: DJT-030 request pricing Google Earth

Joshua Tree National Park Stock Photography
Joshua Tree National Park
species: Yucca brevifolia
photo-id: DJT-033 request pricing Google Earth

Joshua Tree Photos
Joshua Tree
species: Yucca brevifolia
photo-id: DJT-034 request pricing Google Earth

American Black Bear in a Meadow Images
American Black Bear in a Meadow
Black Bear feeding on grasses in a meadow.
species: Ursus americanus
photo-id: BBR-001 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of American Black Bear
American Black Bear
Length to six feet, stand about three feet at the shoulder.
species: Ursus americanus
photo-id: BBR-002 request pricing Google Earth

Tagged American Black Bear Pictures
Tagged American Black Bear
As often occurs now this Black Bear has become a problem, due to his habit of foraging for food left improperly stored by park visitors at their campsites. He has been given ear tag #56 and will be closely monitored. If required he will be relocated or destroyed.
species: Ursus americanus
photo-id: BBR-003 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of American Black Bear
American Black Bear
Most common bear species native to North America.
species: Ursus americanus
photo-id: BBR-004 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of American Black Bear
American Black Bear
Length to six feet, stand about three feet at the shoulder.
species: Ursus americanus
photo-id: BBR-005 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of American Black Bear
American Black Bear
Most common bear species native to North America.
species: Ursus americanus
photo-id: BBR-006 request pricing Google Earth

Tagged American Black Bear Stock Photography
Tagged American Black Bear
As often occurs now this Black Bear has become a problem, due to his habit of foraging for food left improperly stored by park visitors at their campsites. He has been given ear tag #56 and will be closely monitored. If required he will be relocated or destroyed.
species: Ursus americanus
photo-id: BBR-007 request pricing Google Earth

Mule Deer Photos
Mule Deer
species: Odocoileus hemionus
photo-id: DMU-008 request pricing

Mule Deer Images
Mule Deer
species: Odocoileus hemionus
photo-id: DMU-009 request pricing

Stock photography of Mule Deer
Mule Deer
species: Odocoileus hemionus
photo-id: DMU-010 request pricing

Mule Deer Pictures
Mule Deer
species: Odocoileus hemionus
photo-id: DMU-013 request pricing

Stock photos of Mule Deer
Mule Deer
species: Odocoileus hemionus
photo-id: DMU-014 request pricing

Pictures of Mule Deer
Mule Deer
species: Odocoileus hemionus
photo-id: DMU-015 request pricing

Stock images of Mule Deer
Mule Deer
species: Odocoileus hemionus
photo-id: DMU-016 request pricing

Mule Deer Stock Photography
Mule Deer
species: Odocoileus hemionus
photo-id: DMU-018 request pricing

Western Fence Lizard Photos
Western Fence Lizard
Also known as the Blue-Belly Lizard. Males have the iridescent blue markings along their sides and under chin. Most commonly seen sunning themselves out on rocks or along paths.
species: Sceloporus occidentalis
photo-id: REP-033 request pricing

Western Fence Lizard Images
Western Fence Lizard
Also known as the Blue-Belly Lizard. Males have the iridescent blue markings along their sides and under chin. Most commonly seen sunning themselves out on rocks or along paths.
species: Sceloporus occidentalis
photo-id: REP-034 request pricing

Stock photography of Western Fence Lizard
Western Fence Lizard
Also known as the Blue-Belly Lizard. Males have the iridescent blue markings along their sides and under chin. Most commonly seen sunning themselves out on rocks or along paths.
species: Sceloporus occidentalis
photo-id: REP-035 request pricing

Western Fence Lizard Pictures
Western Fence Lizard
species: Sceloporus occidentalis
photo-id: REP-036 request pricing

Stock photos of Western Fence Lizard
Western Fence Lizard
Also known as the Blue-Belly Lizard. Males have the iridescent blue markings along their sides and under chin. Most commonly seen sunning themselves out on rocks or along paths.
species: Sceloporus occidentalis
photo-id: REP-037 request pricing

Pictures of Western Fence Lizard
Western Fence Lizard
species: Sceloporus occidentalis
photo-id: REP-038 request pricing

  
Stock images of Buena Vista Trail View Panoramic - Kings Canyon National Park
Buena Vista Trail View Panoramic - Kings Canyon National Park
(Panoramic - 17046x6550 pixels)
photo-id: SEQ-106 request pricing

The Mushroom Rocks Buena Vista Trail - Kings Canyon National Park Stock Photography
The Mushroom Rocks Buena Vista Trail - Kings Canyon National Park
Large granite boulder formations.
photo-id: SEQ-107 request pricing

   
see also
| Anza Borrego | Black Bear | Bristlecone Pine | Brown Bear | Coast Redwood | Giant Sequoia Trees | High Sierra |
| Joshua Trees | Kings Canyon National Park | Mount San Gorgonio | Mount San Jacinto | Mule Deer | Salton Sea | Sequoia National Park |

species represented
Odocoileus hemionus, Sceloporus occidentalis, Ursus americanus, Yucca brevifolia

keywords
Bears, Black Tail, Blacktail, Blue Belly, Cactus, Deers, Desert, Deserts, Flower, Flowers, Granite, Lizards, Mountain,
Mountains, North American, Omnivore, Omnivores, Peak, Peaks, Reptile, Trees

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