Robert Witham

Video creator/editor, photographer, drone pilot, and author

Mojave Desert Oasis at Point of Rocks in Ash Meadows

Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge is truly an oasis in the midst of the Mojave Desert. It’s also a national wildlife refuge that almost was . In fact, this desert oasis was nearly “developed” into strip malls, a golf course, etc. but at the last minute was instead set aside as a wildlife refuge. Join us as we explore one feature at this fascinating national wildlife refuge – Point of Rocks – where we see pupfish swimming in an amazing blue pool, ancient Native American grinding holes, and more!

We visited Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge in January 2024 and explored an area known as Point of Rocks. During our visit we watched pupfish swimming in an amazing blue pool, saw ancient Native American grinding holes, and more. This video shares some of our experiences at this wonderful and interesting national wildlife refuge in the Mojave Desert between Pahrump, Nevada and Death Valley National Park.

Point of Rocks in Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

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