The California town of Mojave is in the Mojave Desert.
Roadrunners live in a variety of habitats, including the desert.
Roadrunners are most commonly found in the Chihuahuan, Sonoran and Mojave Deserts.
No, roadrunners are North American birds and not found in the Arabian Desert.
Yes, roadrunners live in the desert and a number of other biomes.
The Mojave is a hot, subtropical desert.
The Mojave is a desert - the Mojave Desert.
There is a Mojave Desert but no Gila Desert.
The Mojave is classified as a hot subtropical desert.
The Mojave Desert is in the Mojave Desert.
The Mojave Desert is in North America.
The Mojave Desert is in southeastern California
Yes, there are scorpions in the Mojave Desert.
Yes the but the Mojave Indians are named after the desert the desert is named after them because that's where they lived
The Mojave Desert is the largest desert in California.
The Sonoran Desert is larger than the Mojave Desert.
If you are referring to the town of Mojave in California, it is located in the Mojave Desert.
Yes, it occasionally rains in the Mojave Desert.
The entire Mojave Desert is a hot subtropical desert.
There is no 'Nevada Desert.' There is, however, the Mojave Desert that is partly located in Nevada.
No, Los Angeles is not in the Mojave Desert. However, it is but a short drive to the desert.
No. Both the Mojave Desert and the town of Mojave are located in California, U.S.A. They are not independent countries.
Roadrunners range throughout the Mojave, Sonoran, Chihuahuan and southern Great Basin deserts. They are in all the Southwestern states.
Yes, there are numerous species of cacti in the Mojave Desert.
Yes, the Mojave is the largest desert in California.