Picture and Song of the Day – The Chamisa Wilderness in New Mexico and “Horse with no Name” by America.

December 3, 2013 Picture and Song of the Day: The northern portion of the Chamisa Wilderness Study Area in New Mexico is arid, while the southern portion consists of a higher plateau dominated by piñon and ponderosa pines. The diversity of vegetation and land forms provide scenic appeal. Large numbers of elk use the area, as well as coyotes, mule deer, and Merriam’s turkey.

The song of the day is “A Horse with No Name” by America. (Credits – The U.S. Department of the Interior, YouTube and America).

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