The Quail Mountain Project is a fundraising campaign led by the Mojave Desert Land Trust to permanently preserve 955 acres of rare wildlife habitat and a beautiful vista in Joshua Tree, CA.
Help Save Wildlife Habitat
You can help save wildlife habitat by adopting one or more of the Quail Mountain animals. The Land Trust is working to save Quail Mountain’s watersheds- the vital streams that flow to lower elevations so that both animals and plants can survive.
Adopt an Animal Today
The Quail Mountain area is home to many native desert animals including the threatened desert tortoise, bobcat, badger, big horn sheep, and coyote and is an important nesting area for a vast array of birds. Wildlife travels into and out of the park via a beautiful, pristine wildlife corridor that is currently threatened by development. This is your opportunity to save our native wildlife, their precious water sources and help ensure their survival into the future.