On-line Book
cover to Fauna 2
Fauna Series No. 2





Part I

Part II

Fauna of the National Parks
of the United States






Perpetuation and utilization of primitive wildlife values:

Men and birds in joint occupation of national parks

Men and mammals in joint occupation of national parks

The primitive persists in bird life of Yellowstone Park

A wilderness-use technique

National parks and wilderness use


Present status of national parks wildlife and the restoration program:

Report on the current status of large mammals in the national parks

Reports concerning wildlife restoration:

Reports concerning administrative phases of wildlife management:

Index (omitted from on-line edition)



1. Pelican nests exposed to gulls
2. Pelican eggs eaten by gulls
3. Pelican fledglings baking in sun
4. Young pelicans congregate in pods
5. The national-park idea
6. Man's normal utilization of land
7. Animals disjoined from their natural habits
8. Park animals in their natural background
9. Park animals not in their natural background
10. Canada geese frequent the roadside
11. Sitting pelicans decide to abandon their nests
12. Osprey nest beside the highway
13. The lake
14. Two little downy grebes
15. Ruddy ducks court and fight
16. The blackbird
17. Portion of Kaibab winter range
18. Perhaps the greatest deer spectacle—one perfectly healthy buck
19. Buffalo round-up
20. Product of artificial feeding
21. Moose
22. Antelope in Indian Gardens
23. Under unfavorable conditions
24. East slope of Blacktail Deer Creek Valley
25. Grassland of Yellowstone elk winter range
26. End of the range
27. Sagebrush graveyard
28. Overbrowsed Chrysothamnus
29. Willow thickets killed along Gardiner River
30. Game trails, juniper, sagebrush, on Yellowstone winter range
31. Juniper, pinon—stripped as high as elk can reach
32. Elk-browsed Douglas fir
33. Elk-browsed juniper
34. - 35. Elk strip the bark from mature aspens
36. Overbrowsed trees—what is meant by loss of food and habitat
37. Erosion is under way
38. Hillside trails—a sign of overgrazing
39. Inner gorge of the Colorado
40. Proposed pronghorn range, Grand Canyon National Monument
41. Old earth dam across lake outlet
42. Dry lake bed at foot of Vulcans Throne
43. Vegetation of the Sandrocks
44. Red Rock Lake
45. The trumpeter swan poster
46. Elk trails scarring the hillsides
47. Elk-browsed junipers and Douglas fir
48. Sagebrush carcasses
49. Aspen trunks, smooth and white
50. Aspen trunks, scarred and black
51. The end result: aspens dying
52. Erosion symphony—Estes Park
53. - 54. Scenes along East Rim Drive, Grand Canyon National Park
55. The deer-browsed manzanitas of Yosemite National Park
56. Strange little ponderosa pines
57. - 58. Overgrazing in Giant Forest, Sequoia National Park
59. High Line Canal, Rocky Mountain National Park
60. Waterfowl nesting site makes way for road, Zion National Park
61. Research area program


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