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USGS Desert Informtion  This site has a lot of info on geology, atmospheric influences, sand dunes, minerals, and you name it. Good place to spend some time.
USGS Earthquake Site  Check this everyday to see latest (within the hour) updates of earthquakes in the USA and the world.
E-Nature.com   This site has it all.  Birds, plants, animals, reptiles and more. Complete listings with photos.
California Herps   The online reference for reptiles that live in California, Baja, and the Southwest and Northwest.
Reptiles of Arizona This site has a great listing of reptiles in the state of Arizona. Photos.

Sonora Museum  World renowned zoo, natural history museum and botanical gardens in the desert. Educational place to visit. Live wildlife exhibits in their natural habitat.

Suppliers Links:

Toytec Lifts   These guys really know Toyotas and can help you get the lift kit that's right
 for you --- wheather it's just to level out an FJ Cruiser or Pick-up, or lift it 3 inches or more. They really know what will work for you! They are really nice and helpful people.
All Pro Off Road    Front and rear bumpers, tail armor, brake systems, and more. They have the All Pro Line of bumpers and handle others as well -- like ARB's. Their bumpers and skid plates are a real life saver and saved us mulitiple times. Best of all their prices are resonable.
Rough Country    This is the place to get the best lift kit for a Jeep Cherokee, bar none.
Petroworks   If you need anything for a Suzuki then this is the place. Very helpful if you have questions that need to be answered.
Rocky Road     Suzuki or Jeep parts. They have a great inventory and are really nice to deal with.
Product Reviews    Reviews of products for use in the desert. You may find something here that you should have or need.

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Utah in 3D   Martin van Hemert's site of 3D panoramas of different areas in Utah.
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aFe Power Cold air inlets and air cleaners for Jeep's, Trucks, FJCruisers, just about anything. Accessories like air cleaner oil and parts that you'll find hard to get any other place. Really nice people to deal with.
Dreamland Tours   Trips to Toroweep, the Wave, Paria Wilderness, White Pocket, just to mention a few. National Parks and secret locations, w/ their vehicles, Recommended!  
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