Animal life in the area consists of lizards, mammals, birds, insects, and other creatures found in the Mojave Desert. Winters are mild with temperatures reaching highs from the mid 50s to 60s degrees Fahrenheit. Winter lows are usually in the 40s to high 20s Fahrenheit. Summer highs are commonly over 100 degrees Fahrenheit with lows in the mid 80s Fahrenheit.
Flash floods are common in the area when heavy summer monsoon thunderstorms dump heavy amounts of rain in short times causing water to fill washes and gulleys in the area. Most precipitation comes in concentrated storms that are infrequent. Generally, the air is low in humidity and dry. Windy conditions also are common throughout the year.
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT ISSUES GRANTS NOTICE ON "BLM-UT BEAVER DAM WASH AND RED CLIFFS NATIONAL CONSERVATION AREA LANDSCAPE CONSERVATION FORECASTING"
Mar 03, 2011; WASHINGTON, March 3 -- Bureau of Land Management issues grants notice to guide actions in the units and Partnerships to involve...