DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
Mount Rainier National Park
MOUNT RAINIER NATURE NOTES
Issued monthly by the Naturalist Department of Mount Rainier National
Park. Material contained herein may be used freely in any manner,
provided credit is given this pamphlet and the author.
|C. Frank Brockman,
|O. A. Tomlinson,|
Done is your life work, done.
Upon yon thistle's ragged, faded crown
Your worn-out body clings. Your wings
Tattered, and frayed, and torn are still
Gone is the summer, gone.
No more the golden glory of the sun
Calls you afield. They yield
Again for you, the blossoms, nectar
Alone, far from your home, alone.
Until the last you bravely carried on.
Your sisters in the busy hive, alive,
Sip the wild sweets you labors brought
Oh friendly bee, your humming song is sung.
Your motto, "one for all and all for one",
Your life portrayed. The shade
Of death your deeds from memory has
How YOU Can Help The
Naturalist Work in Mt. Rainier
Dedicated to public service and the development of a greater
appreciation of the National Parks by the people of the nation, the
naturalist department has been materially aided by thoughtful donations
from those whom it has served in the past. Books on natural history, on
human history of the Pacific Northwest, on Indian lore, interesting
historical photographs or news clippings relative to the park, and
magazines (such as) NATURE, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, AMERICAN FORESTS,
NATURAL HISTORY, BIRD LORE, and the like have swelled our library and
have facilitated a better presentation of the interesting features of
this park to our visiting public through the various mediums at our