Big Ben is a National Park which is located near El Paso Texas. It is one of the largest protected areas of the dessert, with a preserved countryside and great for environmental science. It contains approximately 1,200 kinds of plants, more than 450 species of birds, 56 types of reptiles, and 75 species of mammals.
Big Bend National Park is an environmental sight that has evidence of sea fossils and dinosaur bones and two volcanic dikes that ruin the desert landscape. By listening closely they say you can hear the whispers of pioneers, miners, ranchers, and the Native Americans. Additionally, the land borders a habitation of where countries and cultures come together.
The history of Big Bend National Park is known to have had native people either lived there or passed through for several thousands of years. In the 16th and 17th century, Spanish people went across the Rio Grande River in search of fertile land, gold and silver. During the 19th century, Comanche Indians use to travel their raiding parties to and from Mexico by crossing the river. Today, the Comanche Trail has places where you can drive on parts of the trail.
For the person that enjoys a good time and care for the preservation of our history than Big Bend National Park is the place to be. There are many sites to see while you are there like the window trails, Boquillas canyon rapids, and Langford hot spring, Emory Peak, Castolon historic district, Chisos Mountain Lodge, the Colima Warbler, Sam Nail Ranch, the stars and this are only a few things but there is so much more come see for yourself.