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Wildlife of Yampa River and Elkhead Reservoir State Parks

Yampa River State Park supports various wildlife species due to the diverse types of vegetation and habitat. Elk are frequently observed near the reservoir in the winter months, as well as mule deer and a variety of waterfowl. Quality habitat along the Yampa River supports diverse bird spec...

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Plants of Yampa River and Elkhead Reservoir State Parks

Yampa River State Park supports various wildlife species due to the diverse types of vegetation and habitat. Elk are frequently observed near the reservoir in the winter months, as well as mule deer and a variety of waterfowl. Quality habitat along the Yampa River supports diverse bird species...

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Plants of Ridgeway State Park

Voted one of the top ten state parks in the country by National Geographic Traveler, Ridgway State Park’s scenic beauty and biological diversity are true assets to the state park system. Located in the Uncompahgre River Valley in west central Colorado, the park is surrounded by the San Juan Mount...

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Animals of Penang Hill

This guide describes some of the better known inhabitants of Penang Hill

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Wildlife of Ridgway State Park

Voted one of the top ten state parks in the country by National Geographic Traveler, Ridgway State Park’s scenic beauty and biological diversity are true assets to the state park system. Located in the Uncompahgre River Valley in west central Colorado, the park is surrounded by the San Juan Mount...

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Modificación Aves del Municipio de Villavicencio - Meta

el presente documento es un catalogo que reporta las especies de aves que habitan o que pueden llegar a encontrarse en el municipio de Villavicencio.

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Plants of Boyd Lake State Park

Boyd Lake State Park is located on the eastern edge of the City of Loveland and consists of about 259 acres of land along the western shore of the lake and the lake itself. It is a popular recreation destination, especially for people from the northern Front Range and the Denver metropolitan ar...

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Fungi of Soquel Demonstration Forest

This guide is a compilation of observations that have been documented on iNaturalist and Mushroom Observer. My thanks to those who have contributed their observations and photos to the public body of information. The data has not been checked for accuracy and should not be considered comprehe...

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Wildlife of Boyd Lake State Park

Boyd Lake State Park is located on the eastern edge of the City of Loveland and consists of about 259 acres of land along the western shore of the lake and the lake itself. It is a popular recreation destination, especially for people from the northern Front Range and the Denver metropolitan ar...

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Wildlife of James M. Robb State Park

Several parcels of land; Corn Lake, Connected Lakes, and sites along the Colorado River make up James M. Robb State Park. The park is situated in between Fruita and Debeque, with the Grand Mesa to the east, Colorado National Monument to the west, and the San Juan Mountains to the south. A mix ...

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Beetles of Sequoia National Park

A guide to beetles that have been observed in Sequoia National Park.

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Birds of Boyd Lake State Park

Boyd Lake State Park is located on the eastern edge of the City of Loveland and consists of about 259 acres of land along the western shore of the lake and the lake itself. It is a popular recreation destination, especially for people from the northern Front Range and the Denver metropolitan ar...

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Bugs of Lake Pueblo State Park

One of the largest bodies of water along the Front Range, Lake Pueblo offers water enthusiasts the opportunity to enjoy fishing, boating, sailing, water-skiing, and swimming along its sixty miles of shoreline. Over 11,600 acres of land and water provide additional recreation opportunities includi...

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Chipmunks of Sequoia National Park

A guide to the three species of chipmunks found in Sequoia National Park.

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Calochortus albus of Sequoia National Park

Scientific name is Calochortus albus Common names are White fairy lantern, or White globe lily A monocot (meaning flowering plant's seeds contain only one cotyledon) Perennial herb (lives more than two years) Endemic to California Family is Liliaceae Lives in foothill woodlands, chaparral, ...

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Plants of Trinidad Lake State Park

Trinidad Lake State Park sits on 2,229 acres 5 miles to the southwest of Trinidad at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range in the Purgatoire River Valley. The ecosystems within the park make up the transition zone between the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains and include pinyon-juniper w...

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Las plantas del parque de Manga

Manga es una de las Islas que resguardan la bahía interna de Cartagena de Indias. Hoy en día Manga, es un barrio residencial con vocación comercial e industrial. Cuenta con colegios, universidades, iglesias, bancos, supermercados, negocios comerciales, microempresas fabriles, y es sede de la soc...

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Birds of Trinidad Lake State Park

Trinidad Lake State Park sits on 2,229 acres 5 miles to the southwest of Trinidad at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range in the Purgatoire River Valley. The ecosystems within the park make up the transition zone between the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains and include pinyon-juniper w...

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