Here are a few photos from the Grand Canyon on the South Rim.
Spent some time recently at the south rim of the Grand Canyon, it was a bright, clear and sunny winter day. Along with the monumental views, we saw a few creatures that day as well. Please do not feed the wildlife! They do have specialized diets and human foods do not have the adequate nutrition,… Read More FAUNA AT GRAND CANYON
The Grand Canyon is a natural formation that varies in its scenery with each season’s sun angle. There is much diversity in the habitats and climates throughout the Canyon, the south rim has pinyon and juniper trees while the north rim has spruce, fir, and aspen. The bottom of the canyon has desert vegetation such… Read More GRAND CANYON (part 2)
The Grand Canyon is in northern Arizona and it is 1904 square miles on the Colorao Plateau. The Grand Canyon was formed by the Colorado River, which flows west through the canyon. It took three to six million years to form, erosion still continues to alter its landscape. The canyon is 277 miles long, 18… Read More GRAND CANYON (part 1)