|Eastern Mojave Vegetation||Upper Pahranagat Lake, Lincoln County, Nevada.|
South of the town of Alamo, the run-off from White
River flows into an idyllic, pastoral, 50 acre lake.
This lake is called Upper Pahranagat Lake and is just
over 2 miles long and a half mile wide. It is
encircled with beautiful shade trees, brush and
grasses. The surrounding land is designated as a
National Wildlife Preserve and the area has become
a permanent home for birds such as duck, geese,
quail, blue herons, and many varieties of smaller
birds. Migrating birds include swans and pelicans
that pass through in winter and spring.
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Date and time this article was prepared:1:19:41 PM, 7/3/2017.