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Joshua Tree National Park

Mojave Ecozone

The western part of the park is higher (above 3,000 feet), moister and slightly cooler. The Mojave Desert is the special habitat of the Joshua tree. Joshua tree forests occur in the western part of the park along with some of the most interesting geologic formations and displays found in the California deserts. >> More about the desert ecosystem Joshua Tree woodland in Joshua Tree National Park, Queen Valley



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