|Apr 2, 2008 | Ramona Pagaent|
Experience the California of the 1850's, outdoors at the Ramona Pagaent in Hemet, California.
|Mar 26, 2008 | Pupfish|
Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge is a remarkable desert oasis 90 miles northwest of Las Vegas...and home to a number of endangered species including the Pupfish.
|Mar 19, 2008 | Gilcrease Bird Sanctuary|
A life-long fascination with birds leads Bill Gilcrease to create a bird sanctuary in northwest Las Vegas.
|Mar 12, 2008 | Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort|
A replica of the original 1855 Mormon settlement is located just north of downtown Las Vegas.
|Mar 5, 2008 | Zzyzx|
The little town in the middle of the desert with the unusual name, has more to offer than you might think.
|Feb 27, 2008 | Emerald Pool Trail at Zion|
Join us for a hike along the Emerald Pool Trail at Zion National Park.
|Feb 20, 2008 | Chloride, AZ|
Just off the highway to Kingman, a ghost town and surprising public art.
|Feb 13, 2008 | Gold Rush Days|
Ranching and mining is how Wickenburg got it's start, and they make a point of not forgetting their heritage. So every February they hold the annual Gold Rush Days, and even if you're not a cowboy or a miner you can still have a heck of a good time.
|Feb 6, 2008 | Racetrack Playa|
Investigate the mysterious sliding rocks of Racetrack Playa in Death Valley.
|Jan 30, 2008 | Mojave Max|
Sometime in the next couple of months, a desert tortoise will emerge from his burrow. Hear about the Mojave Max Emergence Contest.
|Jan 23, 2008 | White Dome Trail|
A trail at the Valley of Fire is convenient, easy and a wonder to behold.
|Jan 16, 2008 | Heritage Museum|
On this one small cul-de-sac at the Heritage Museum, decades of Las
Vegas history are preserved. But be prepared, there are times when
the tableaus are a bit too realistic.
|Jan 9, 2008 | Bald Eagles|
Join David Bert in search of Bald Eagles at Lake Mead.
|Jan 2, 2008 | Spring Mountain Ranch|
There have been a number of people, including Howard Hughes, who have owned the Spring Mountain Ranch House over the years, and each
has left their mark.
|Dec 26, 2007 | Death Valley - Titus Canyon|
David Bert takes us on a hike through Titus Canyon at Death Valley National Park. As the park guide explains, most of the plants stick, sting or stink.
|Dec 19, 2007 | Las Vegas Springs Preserve|
Experience the prehistoric birth of Las Vegas at the Springs Preserve.
|Dec 12, 2007 | Kelso Dunes|
Join David Bert for a trip to the Mojave National Preserve and hike through the Kelso Dunes.
|Dec 5, 2007 | Devil's Hole|
Ash Meadows is home to 'Devil's Hole' and the pupfish, a survivor of thousands of years in this desert refuge.
|Nov 28, 2007 | Keystone Thrust|
Red Rock is the home of many natural wonders, including a geological anomaly known as the Keystone Thrust.
|Nov 21, 2007 | China Ranch|
Just minutes from Las Vegas, a lush desert oasis with interesting trails to hike, the Amargossa River...and delicious milkshakes when the hike is over.