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Snapshots

  1. Cows in the shade

    Snapshot Title: Cows in the shade
    Taken by: Callan Bentley

    Image: From Sierra de en Medio
    Image Owner: Rurik List



    Description:

    Are these cows? (3?)



  2. Dirty Lens

    Snapshot Title: Dirty Lens
    Taken by: Gilson Packer

    Image: From Sierra de en Medio
    Image Owner: Rurik List



    Description:

    Dirt lens?



  3. Yellow flower

    Snapshot Title: Yellow flower
    Taken by: Gilson Packer

    Image: From Sierra de en Medio
    Image Owner: Rurik List



    Description:

    Yellow flower



  4. A purple flower

    Snapshot Title: A purple flower
    Taken by: Gilson Packer

    Image: From Sierra de en Medio
    Image Owner: Rurik List



    Description:

    Flower



  5. A cilinder

    Snapshot Title: A cilinder
    Taken by: Gilson Packer

    Image: From Sierra de en Medio
    Image Owner: Rurik List



    Description:

    Something with a ciliinfric shape



  6. Flovers

    Snapshot Title: Flovers
    Taken by: Vladimir Kharitonov

    Image: From Sierra de en Medio
    Image Owner: Rurik List



    Description:

    Flovers



  7. Potential bighorn sheep reintroduction site

    Snapshot Title: Potential bighorn sheep reintroduction site
    Taken by: Rurik List

    Image: From Sierra de en Medio
    Image Owner: Rurik List



    Description:

    Bighorn sheep once inhabited in these mountains, but was extirpated from northern Mexico as a result of hunting and poaching. In the nearby Big Hatchet mountains of New Mexico, to the north, bighorn s...



  8. Accross the valley

    Snapshot Title: Accross the valley
    Taken by: Rurik List

    Image: From Sierra de en Medio
    Image Owner: Rurik List



    Description:

    The property from where the picture was taken is in an isolated range (Sierra de en Medio), therefore the long-term persistance of the population of large mammals such as black bears and pumas depend...



  9. Ephemeral stream

    Snapshot Title: Ephemeral stream
    Taken by: Rurik List

    Image: From Sierra de en Medio
    Image Owner: Rurik List



    Description:

    Cattle overgrazing over a century has taken its toll, former riparian corridors have lost the trees and without plantules to replace the old trees because of cattle browing, this important vegetation...



  10. Grasland recovery

    Snapshot Title: Grasland recovery
    Taken by: Rurik List

    Image: From Sierra de en Medio
    Image Owner: Rurik List



    Description:

    As cattle is phased out, vegetation recovers, and with this the possibility of restoring the natural fire regime to help control de expansion of mesquite as well as increased forage for native widlife...



  11. Vegetation change

    Snapshot Title: Vegetation change
    Taken by: Rurik List

    Image: From Sierra de en Medio
    Image Owner: Rurik List



    Description:

    As in most northern Mexico and southwestern United States, formerly open grasslands, such as the valley of Janos are turning into mesquite shrublands, as consequence of cattle, which eats the mesquite...



  12. Is this...

    Snapshot Title: Is this...
    Taken by: mj knelly

    Image: From Sierra de en Medio
    Image Owner: Rurik List



    Description:

    an agave in bloom?