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  • Descriptive Essay On Beartooth Mountain

    Heading south out of the town of Red Lodge, Montana, I am able to lay my eyes upon one of the most majestic places I have ever seen, Beartooth Mountain. The first time I see the mountain I am astounded anything could possibly be so immense. The sun catches the snow at the top of the mountain shooting light down into the Valley below. Then my view slides down the mountain, numerous pine trees seem to wrap around the entire mountain like a child in their blanket. This is the moment I realize it is…

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  • American Samoa Research Paper

    The National Park of American Samoa is a national park established on October 31, 1988. It is located in Polynesia, Oceania at latitude 13.8333°S, 171.7500° W American Samoa is made of seven islands which are Tutuila, Tau, Olosega, Ofu, Aunuu, Rose Atoll, and Swains Island. All of the island's main biomes are the tropical rainforest. American Samoa was not established as a national park until 1993 when the park signed a 50-year lease agreement with eight participating villages in Tutuila, Tau,…

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  • America National Parks

    creation of America's National Park System. A whole new federal bureau was created and tasked with the responsibility of protecting the then only 35 national parks and monuments, and the promise to protect all future additions. Thus, America's greatest idea was born. Fast forward one hundred years, and the National Parks System is a vast network of dizzying diversity and majestic landscapes, monuments, and historical sites. While only 59 locations feature the words "national park" in their…

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  • Yellowtone Volcano Research Paper

    For the big animals that live in Yellowstone National Park today, such as grizzly bear, elk and wolves it's not clear where the park's boundaries start and stop. Many of these species require wide ranges of migration groups to get to their breeding sites. The result of the loophole is that wildlife migrates outside of the park boundaries into unprotected areas. The area around Yellowstone is a frequent site of conflict between wildlife…

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  • Speech: Welcome To Zion's National Park

    Welcome to Zion’s National Park! Today we will be going on a ture. While we are on this amazing ride I will tell you everything that I honestly think is pretty cool about Zion then get to doing what you think is interesting. First off it is located in Springdale, Utah. One of the things that most tourists want to come and see is the Virgin River. As it flows through the forests it is so clear that I can see the bottom. Zion is about 147,000 acres long, and in those acres there are beautiful…

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  • Yellowtone Wolf Research Paper

    Yellowstone Wolves Around the late 1920’s bounty hunters from the government exterminated the park’s last native wolves as part of a national wolf extermination program to protect the farmer’s livestock.In a exert from an interview Scott said “These animals themselves have not killed livestock, and don't know how” and “ They'll learn how to kill wild prey from these older wolves that we're putting them with” so the wolves have not killed livestock because the will learn how to eat wild…

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  • Wolf Family Values By Sharon Levy Analysis

    Levy believes that the social structure of wolves drastically changes the functions of an ecosystem. Gordon Haber was tracking a wolf pack that had been around for 40 years until his plane crashed on the Toklat River located near the Denali National Park, Alaska, that October. The sudden death of Gordon silenced one of the most well-known and controversial advocates for the protection of wolves. He was known to be an independent biologist that…

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  • Forest Service Benefits

    The United States Forest Service was created at the turn of the twentieth century to help ensure the forest and lands of the US were taken care of. This was the first time leaders were chosen because of their knowledge of nature instead of some bureaucracy non sense. The Forest Service was staffed with university educated foresters chosen because of their expertise of the forest. Before the US Forest Service was formed politicians managed the land that belonged to the government and this was…

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  • What Makes Ansel Adams Have Photos Unique

    In Focus: Ansel Adams Photography Why people love photographs? Photographs are the treasured memories of our life experiences. It reminds us of the beautiful things we observe, perceives, adore and complete or achieve. The question is what it takes to capture creative and quality photos? On 1902, Ansel Adams a well-known American photographer was born in San Francisco California with the passion in photography and natural environment. His passion leads his way to creatively photographed and…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Walleye Fishing Destinations

    Minnesota, the "Land of 10,000 Lakes", actually boasts about 11,842 bodies of water that have an area over 10 acres. The relative concentration of lakes increases as you travel north with what might typically be considered the beginning of "lake country" starting on an imaginary line drawn through the center of the state stretching from Alexandria to the west to the famous Lake Mille Lacs to the east. If you came to this page looking for information to help you plan a Minnesota fishing getaway…

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