Flowers Draw Tourists to Death Valley A record breaking wild flower season in Death Valley is drawing huge crowds of tourists to the National Park. We take a look at what toll the large crowds have on the park.
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Flowers Draw Tourists to Death Valley

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Flowers Draw Tourists to Death Valley

Flowers Draw Tourists to Death Valley

Flowers Draw Tourists to Death Valley

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A record breaking wild flower season in Death Valley is drawing huge crowds of tourists to the National Park. We take a look at what toll the large crowds have on the park.

Guest:

Toni Jepson, manager of the Furnace Creek Inn at Death Valley National Park