Death Valley Plants
Video: Them Thar Hills

Many people don't realize that donkeys are not native to North America. Donkeys are actually an invasive species which causes severe environmental degradation. Not only do they denude the landscape of vegetation when their numbers become too great, they also displace native species such as deer, antelope, and big horn sheep. For this reason....
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Songs and videos created by blackturtle.us, featuring desert and mountain scenery, donkeys, tarantulas, lizards, and more! Lots of videos shot in the Panamint Valley, Death Valley, Mojave Desert, and Sierra Nevadas!

fivespot wildflower Death Valley Plants
Plants that grow in the Death Valley area and the Northern Mojave Desert with special attention placed on those areas in the vicinity of Trona, California! Lots of wildflowers, cactus, and other desert plants!

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Go directly to YouTube and view the BlackTurtleShow channel where you will find plenty of humorous musical videos that may be slightly warped or demented, but all in good fun!

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Information about the eleven novels published by blackturtle.us, including quick summaries, back cover blurbs, links to online retailers, and some discussion of themes developed in these books.

Video: Wild Horses Run Away

Definitely not a native species, wild horses have proliferated in many parts of North America, particularly in the western states. Although they are majestic animals, they do a great deal of damage to local ecosystems, especially when their numbers are not kept in check. The extent of the damage they cause is difficult to estimate, but most people....
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