Outdoor & Travel

Quaking Aspens

Quaking Aspens

Quaking Aspens Contributed by Lois Ports for Bristlecone Audubon Aspens (Populus tremuloides) are the most widespread tree in North America. From the Midwest, across Canada, north into Alaska and across the West through to Arizona and New Mexico, quaking aspens occur on the edge of conifer forests in clusters or “clones.” […]

Wading Birds on the Humboldt River

Wading Birds on the Humboldt River

Contributed by Lois Ports for Bristlecone Audubon Driving over the Humboldt River via the 12th Street bridge you can see the effects of our hot summer. The Humboldt is slowly drying up in some stretches. All that is left in many areas are pools of water not much bigger than […]

The Jarbidge Mountains

The Jarbidge Mountains

The Jarbidge Mountains are located in northeastern Elko County. They are contained within the Jarbidge Ranger District of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. It has eight peaks over 10,000 feet, some of which drop to deep glaciated canyons 4,000 feet below. These mountains form a single crest and maintain elevations between […]