Explore Roadside Nature: in Bryce Canyon National Park and Zion National Park by Larry Hyslop
- Language: English
- Publisher: Random House
- Pages: 454
- Publication date: 2016
Increase the fun of visiting Bryce Canyon and Zion. Discover the stories behind these world-famous, red-rock national parks. Both parks offer scenic drives. Along the way, enjoy these 40 concise, thoughtful descriptions and explanations of plants, animals, geology and ecology. Each article covers a specific spot along park roads. This family-friendly roadside guide provides in-depth and easy to read backgrounds of natural history, answering questions like: At Bryce Canyon’s Visitor Center, why do ponderosa pine trees need wildfires? At Paria View Overlook, why did hoodoos form at this spot? At Zion’s Big Bend Shuttle Stop, are California condors returning to the park? At Checkerboard Mesa, what created this checkerboard pattern? How to use these articles: While preparing for a park visit. While traveling the roads of Zion and Bryce Canyon. After a visit, to answer questions that came up following a visit. Articles are searchable by road location and subject matter. Photos of the subject and the location enhance each description.
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