The West Mojave Desert Ecological Reserve is an approximately 18,000 acre property. The dominant vegetation is burro-weed, with creosote bush also abundant though not as evenly distributed. Other plants present are cheese bush, beavertail cactus, desert marigold, and the desert aster. Wildlife observed on or known to inhabit the property includes rabbits, coyotes, mice, larks, ravens, doves, and lizards.
For more information, call the Inland Deserts Region Bishop office at (760) 872-1171.