Since April 2001, the Las Vegas Wash Coordination Committee has organized the Las Vegas Wash Green-Up each spring and fall.
Fish and other aquatic life found during fish surveys at the Las Vegas Wash.
Erosion is perhaps the greatest threat to the Las Vegas Wash, and therefore is one of the biggest challenges being addressed.
Eight sites were selected as sample sites for the study of macroinvertebrates at the Las Vegas Wash.
Weirs are low-height dams made of various materials and are designed to withstand large storm events and minimize erosion.
Photos from the annual World Wetlands Day celebration.
A collection of photos of the numerous birds observed through the Bird Monitoring Program.
A collection of reptiles found at the Las Vegas Wash during reptile surveys.
Las Vegas Wash scientists study numerous macroinvertebrates (insects, crustaceans, worms and more) to assess the health of the Wash ecosystem.
Scientists at the Las Vegas Wash are conducting a survey on small mammals found at the Wash.
A collection of photos documenting changes in the Wash, including flood events and revegetation activities.