Petroglyphs in the Mojave Desert, CA.
During this April 2016 trip Desert Survivors explored dozens of rock
art sites in eastern California. Rock paintings and drawings are
the oldest art in California dating from about 10,000 BC to the
historic era. California has one of the largest and most diverse
collections of rock paintings, drawings, portable rock art and ground
figures than anywhere in the Western Hemisphere. Become a member
of Desert Survivors and join us for viewing these masterpieces.
Photo: A.H. Cominos
& UPCOMING EVENTS
GUANO CREEK CAR CAMP, SOUTHWEST OREGON, JULY 8-11, 2016
is here and the southern and low deserts are far too hot for
excursions. It is the season when Desert Survivors head out to
high elevation and northern desert locations. This July Dave
Oline will lead a first time ever Desert Survivors fishing trip to
Guano Creek in Lake County Oregon––just north of the Sheldon
Preserve. This trip is for those who do not fish too. There
will be plenty of hiking and nature viewing for everyone. Get out
there and enjoy this wonderful Great Basin Desert wilderness.
Please go to the TRIPS PAGE for more info.
Minutes of Desert Survivors Board of Directors meetings available on line.
You can now read the Desert Survivors Board of Directors meetings minutes in pdf format by going to the DOCUMENTS PAGE.
Please check back to this website for any additional
Desert Survivors trips and events that may be added to our schedule.
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