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Close-up of the Ash Meadows milk vetch, a threatened species. Ash Meadows NWR is an alkaline desert ecosystem and home to many rare species.

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A man holds up a bird caught in a wire fence at Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge.

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The Ash Meadows Speckled Dace is one of many endangered species at the Ash Meadows NWR in Nevada.

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Ash Meadows NWR’s remote location and undeveloped land has helped preserve the many endangered species who make their home there.

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Ash Meadows NWR’s remote location and undeveloped land has helped preserve the many endangered species who make their home there.

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Ash Meadows NWR’s remote location and undeveloped land has helped preserve the many endangered species who make their home there.

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Ash Meadows NWR’s remote location and undeveloped land has helped preserve the many endangered species who make their home there.

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Ash Meadows NWR’s remote location and undeveloped land has helped preserve the many endangered species who make their home there.

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Ash Meadows NWR’s remote location and undeveloped land has helped preserve the many endangered species who make their home there.

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Ash Meadows NWR’s remote location and undeveloped land has helped preserve the many endangered species who make their home there.

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The Amargosa niterwort (endangered) is one of several plants that have adapted to the highly alkaline soils in Ash Meadows NWR.

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The Amargosa niterwort (endangered) is one of several plants that have adapted to the highly alkaline soils in Ash Meadows NWR.

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The Ash Meadows ivesia (endangered) is one of several plants that are adapted to the highly alkaline soils in Ash Meadows NWR.

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The Amargosa niterwort (endangered) is one of several plants that have adapted to the highly alkaline soils in Ash Meadows NWR.

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The threatened Ash Meadows sunray, one of several plants that are adapted to the highly alkaline soils in Ash Meadows NWR.

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The bear paw poppy (candidate) is one of several plants that are adapted to the highly alkaline soils in Ash Meadows NWR.

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Close-up of the Ash Meadows milk vetch, a threatened species. Ash Meadows NWR is an alkaline desert ecosystem and home to many rare species.

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The threatened Ash Meadows sunray, one of several plants that are adapted to the highly alkaline soils in Ash Meadows NWR.

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Close-up of the Ash Meadows milk vetch, a threatened species. Ash Meadows NWR is an alkaline desert ecosystem and home to many rare species.

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This species of naucorid beetle (Ambrysus amargosus – threatened) is found only in the springs of Ash Meadows NWR.

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The Ash Meadows speckled dace is one of many endangered species at the Ash Meadows NWR in Nevada.

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The Ash Meadows speckled dace is one of many endangered species at the Ash Meadows NWR in Nevada.

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