The Santa Catalina Natural History Tour

Stop 4: Molino Basin This wide basin at 4,750 feet, is part of the Romer Pass fault which separated the front range of the Catalinas from its high country towered over by Mount Lemmon and Mount Bigelow. This is mostly Emory oak grassland, with several oak species of larger specimens in the riparian areas. Here, you have left the upland desert vegetation behind.

August 09, 2013 3:13 pm  • 
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