In this category you'll find photographs of trees, shrubs, grasses, ferns, and wildflowers. Zion National Park has more species of plants than any other park in the state of Utah. It is situated amongst the Colorado Plateau, the Great Basin, and the Mojave Desert. Because of it's unique geography, the park is able to support more than one thousand different species and subspecies of plants. Between the months of March and October you can almost always find something blooming in the park.
In this category you'll find photographs of Zion's animal life. Elevations range greatly in the park, and this results in microclimates. These habitats support a rich variety of plant and animal life. A number of different animals are visible during the day, but many also choose to seek shelter from the heat.
Here you'll find photographs of petroglyphs, pictographs, and ruins found throughout the park. Zion is home to a number of different archeological sites, but most are not open to the public. Those that are open to the public are almost never advertised. In most cases you will need to speak to a staff member to get any specific information on a site.