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Enjoy four days of geology, wildflowers, ancient trees & birds in the majestic alpine wilderness of the White Mountains, in the Inyo National Forest on the eastern edge of the Owens Valley.
Our group will stay at the Crooked Creek Station (10,200'), part of the University of California's White Mountain Research Station complex. Knowledgeable and enthusiastic scientists & naturalists will guide our group through the variety of geological and ecological communities found in the Whites, as we study and enjoy the fascinating natural history of this scenic and unique California mountain range, emphasizing geology, botany and bird-life. The Whites are also home to ancient bristlecone pines (Pinus longaeva) - the oldest trees in the world.