Blooming Desert Anza-Borrego Desert State Park
• Blooming Desert Anza-Borrego
This may seem surprising, but in front of the desert photo of you. The US National Park Anza-Borrego Desert State Park every year, dried up wasteland covered with millions of colors. Look at this amazing event is visited by people from across the country.
Steep gorges, salt dead land, a few fauna, struggle to survive in these difficult conditions - just the sight able to capture the spirit of the traveler. However, if you are lucky enough to get here in the period from February to April, you'll be able to see with their own eyes the real miracle that occurs in the desolate desert every year.
The Americas never ceases to amaze people in the world amazing natural wonders. There just are no attractions in the United States: the scenic canyons and national parks, towering mountains and bizarre stone sculptures, noisy waterfalls and wild rivers. But such an extraordinary blossoming of the desert does not exist anywhere in the world!
It looks like a desert to bloom ...
... and during.
The National Park Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, with an area of more than 2, 4 thousand square meters. km, most of the territory is occupied by barren terrain. However, after the winter rainy season, dry land alive, covered with colorful flowers and lush grass.
The strength of the flowering desert depends on abundant rains in winter. Due to the small or late rains flowering runs very poorly, and in some places the flowers may not appear.
tourist service center is located in Borrego Springs, the only significant town park. Spring in the desert is not so hot (of 32 degrees) but as the climate is dry and the wind blowing, this temperature is easily tolerated.
The area of the desert is divided into three parts: the mountain (the upper part), the rocky foothills (middle part) and sand valley (bottom).
at the bottom of blooming marigolds and fragrant lilies, evening primrose and other flowers. In the foothills of the mountains and the bottom okotiyo occur, cacti, and flowering choyi. High in the mountains grow agave and yucca.