2Geographic Features The Canyon is 4,000 feet deep and 277 miles long The Colorado River runs threw the Grand Canyon.Grand CanyonColorado river
3Plants on the Grand Canyon Ferns (oldest living plant in the park)Fresh water plants ( found along the Colorado River)
4Animals on the Grand Canyon Amphibians( most common animal)Fish trout ( best time to fish is fall & winter)
5Issues Facing the ParkNot enough water because it is getting diverted to the west .They are worried that the uranium might get into the water.The roads and trails need to be repaired.Too many tourist flights over the canyon so they don't have to walk.Dam reducing water flow so animal habits are affected.
6History The Black Canyon decided to have the hover Dam in the 1930. The Hoover Dam got its name from the President at the time.
7Activities Rafting down the Colorado river Climbing the Grand Canyon. Sight seeingJeep toursCanyon river adventures.Rock climbing
8ConclusionThis is what makes the Grand Canyon a national treasure. You can see some very old plants and animals along the Colorado river. You can see all the mountains and natural beauties that the park has. That is why the Grand Canyon is a national treasure.
9Here are some images of what the Grand Canyon looked like when it became a national park.
10The oldest humans bones found were nearly 2,000 years old 2 Interesting factsThe oldest humans bones found were nearly 2,000 years oldThe Grand Canyon was achieved in as a national park in 1919
11www. google.com ( for images) Sourceswww. google.com ( for images)