The Ash Meadows photo montage below, includes (clockwise) photos of the restored Jack Longstreet outlaw cabin, a close-up of an Ash Meadows Pupfish, Longstreet Spring, caliche deposits, and the view from the end of Crystal Springs boardwalk. The panorama that is shown below the links is of Crystal Spring viewing platform. Drag your cursor across the image to play the panorama. Adobe flash is required to play the panorama.
To learn more about Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge visit the U.S. Fish and Wildlife site. You can follow this link to view a map of the refuge.
This link takes you to the USGS bird checklist for Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge.
The PDF document, Conservation in Action, gives a stunning history of the restoration of the pools and wetlands in Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge.
Digital Desert also has a website with information about Ash Meadows
The Panorama below can be navigated by dragging you cursor across the image. Explore Crystal Spring from the end of the Boardwalk. The clear, ice blue waters are deceptive because they are actually warm and much deeper than they look.