What is the Quail Mountain Project?
The Quail Mountain Project encompasses 3 parcels totaling 955 acres of pristine wildlife habitat in Joshua Tree, CA. This beautiful land sits adjacent to the northern boundary of Joshua Tree National Park and is comprised of Section 11 and half of Section 13 in the Joshua Tree Highlands area; one of our most scenic hillsides on the south side of Joshua Tree.
Mojave Desert Land Trust recently acquired this critical wildlife corridor hosting a diverse population of wildlife that includes bighorn sheep, bobcat, desert tortoise, coyote, and dozens of bird species to name a few. This undisturbed habitat is an extension of the Quail Mountain ecosystem.
Protecting this natural area conserves the habitat and wildlife with critical watersheds that extend north from Quail Mountain, thus offering future generations the beautiful landscapes, clean air, dark skies and quality of life that serve us all.
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