Abstract - Report on Summer Activities at Wind Cave National Park
Nydegger, LeRoy. 1937. Report on Summer Activities at Wind Cave National Park. 10 p.
The writer's work during three months at Wind Cave National Park consisted of three major activities, the collection of herbarum specimens of plants, the preparation of study skins of birds and small mammals, and a quantitative experiment to determine the amount of forage produced on the park range.
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