Take a journey and discover one of North America’s most unique and diverse mountain ranges. Learn about the native Cahuilla Indian Tribes and how they survived in such extreme environments. Soar over some of the most spectacular geological landscapes from indigenous palm oasis to one of the largest rockslides in the world. View spectacular footage of the endangered and illusive Peninsular Big Horn Sheep; plus a range of animal, bird and plant life encompassing five different life zones. Shot in spectacular high definition HDTV you'll experience the detail of this diverse and seldom seen land.
2004 PACIFIC SOUTHWEST EMMY® AWARDS -
BEST DOCUMENTARY • BEST SCRIPT • BEST EDITING • BEST PHOTOGRAPHY
Proceeds from the sale of this Emmy® Award winning documentary will go to the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument.
The Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument is developing a volunteer program as well as a nonprofit foundation to support conservation, education, and research. Meanwhile, enthusiasts should check the Visitor Center Web site (www.ca.blm.gov/palmsprings) for volunteer opportunities or work with organizations such as the Friends of the Desert Mountains and the Forest Service Volunteer Association.
Opportunities include working at the Visitor Center or the Bobcat Bookstore, helping with guided walks, participating in special events to "meet and greet," giving nature talks, and joining cleanup groups.
For information, call Vic Scott, Friends of the Desert Mountains volunteer coordinator, at (760) 862-9984, or Melinda Lyon of the U.S. Forest Service Volunteer Association at (909) 382-2929.
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