Hand painted glass slide of Finley and Bohlman climbing a cliff at Three Arch Rocks to photograph Common Murres in 1903. This photograph shows an explict example of the risk and adventure involved in early wildlife photography.
Hand painted glass slide of Finley and Bohlman climbing the cliffs at Three Arch Rocks to photograph Common Murres. This shot is an excellent exapmle of the risk and adventure needed in early photograph.
Herman Bohlman climbing Three Arch Rocks cliffs in order to photograph a pigeon guillemot nest in 1903. Finley and Bohlmans photgraphs of the area in 1903 would later help Three Arch Rocks become the west coasts first bird refuge in 1907.
Endangered species; Reptiles; Resource management; St. George; Utah
This is an example of the fencing used to surround desert tortoise habitat and is specially designed to protect the desert tortoise from roaming out on to streets and highways. The fence has a lower section that prevents the desert tortoise from...