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Animal Life in the Yosemite (Mammals) - National Park ...

The weasel is a fearless animal, and active at all seasons of the year. Visitors to the Yosemite region therefore frequently see it, sometimes at very close range ...

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Animal Life in the Yosemite (Birds) - National Park Service

NORTHERN VIOLET-GREEN SWALLOW. Tachycineta thalassina lepida Mearns. Field characters.—Body size slightly less than that of Linnet or Junco; wings long and pointed ...

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USGS: Geological Survey Professional Paper 3 (Part 2)

The most frequent combination of these forms is shown in fig. I of Pl. XIV (p. 76), which is an exact reproduction of the figure given by Schmidt a for the ...

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Animal Life in the Yosemite (Birds) - National Park Service

One usually gets his first knowledge of the Dotted Cañon Wren through hearing its clear, musical song from high up on the wall of some cañon.

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Animal Life in the Yosemite (Mammals) - National Park Service

11 The Pocket Gophers of the Yosemite section are representative of five distinct kinds, as enumerated below. Although two of these, pascalis and mewa, are indicated ...

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Animal Life in the Yosemite (Mammals) - National Park Service

YOSEMITE CONY. Ochotona schisticeps muiri Grinnell and Storer. Field characters.—Body size near that of House Rat; body short, face region rounded, ears large and ...

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Yosemite’s Tenaya Lake Area to Get Major Makeover ...

Date: June 14, 2011 Yosemite Conservancy to Fund Wetlands Restoration and Improved Visitor Access at Spectacular High Country Lake The first phase of a ...

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USGS: Geological Survey Bulletin 845 (Itinerary)

68 These rocks are all in extensive sheets which have been tilted, flexed, and faulted to some extent and considerably eroded. The materials are mostly soda trachyte ...

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USGS: Geological Survey Bulletin 614 (Itinerary)

Guidebook of the Western United States: Part D. The Shasta Route and Coast Line

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National Park Service: A Survey of the Recreational ...

In its structural make-up the Navajo country is a region of rock flexures; the faults are few and of small dimensions. Characteristically northward-trending synclines ...

http://www.cr.nps.gov/.../chap2a.htm