Mono Lake Tourism in California
Mono Lake is the largest natural lake entirely within the State of California, and unique. Mono Lake is located at an elevation of 1945 m; its area is 150 square kilometers and an average depth of 43 meters. The mid-20th century, to satisfy the needs of Los Angeles water they have to fetch water from local streams and rivers including the Owens River that feed Mono. As a result, the lake level dramatically falling by 15 meters find the numbers calciferous tuff from the water. Only in 1994, a program devoted to the safety of the unique Lake was adopted. After this the surface of the Lake began to increase. After threatened when water packed redirected towards the Valley of Los Angeles it lost half the volume in 40 years before agreement was reached to keep it. Mono Lake today is 7 vertical feet lower than the targeted level, and could be well into 2010 before it reaches the depth of it.
When the surface of the Lake, the source of water flowing into the Lake below the surface and react with minerals to form dramatic Lakes such as the cement of calcium carbonate spires and looks like an ancient cities left behind. Mono Lake is some of the activities include swimming, kayaking, bird watching, and just taking in the magnificent scenery on many lines. Very high concentrations of salt make the experience exciting and buoyant, should you choose to take a dip. Of course, the water can be very cold, so you will not do so for long. For something really fun, rent a kayak and Rowing Lake. A major stopover on the Pacific flyway, Mono Lake hosts more than 100 species of water birds and in 1991 was presented as the international Shorebird Reserve. The diversity of habitats in the surrounding area to create a wide variety of birds. Visit the Mono Lake in the summer and fall for the best bird watching available. There are many lakes with the same parameters on the Earth. But even here the amazing statues are displayed from the water. Each sculpture is a unique one.