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By:    On: 2013-06-26

Todays Wordless Wednesday's post is of the moon at Zion National Park which is located in the south western corner of Utah, about an hour from ST. George. It was discovered by the Mormons around 1858, but native Americans inhabit the area long before that. The parks main feature is a 15 mile long canyon that is half a mile deep. Elevations range from 3,666 feet up to 8,726 feet allowing for a deserve range of wildlife, nature and scenery. This includes 289 species of birds, 19 bats, 32 reptiles, and 56 mammals.

This photo was taken by PDPhotos in September 2003. Click to enlarge.

Moon over the cliffs at Zion NP

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