Birds of north-central Wyoming and the Bighorn National Forest, 1966 to 1990
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Published by M. Humphris in Sheridan, WY (P.O. Box 7305, Sheridan 82801) .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Wyoming.,
  • Wyoming,
  • Bighorn National Forest.

Subjects:

  • Birds -- Wyoming.,
  • Birds -- Wyoming -- Bighorn National Forest.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 86-87) and index.

StatementHelen Downing, editor.
ContributionsDowning, Helen.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL684.W8 B57 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 98 p. :
Number of Pages98
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1761253M
LC Control Number92108962

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Bighorn National Forest is located at Eastside 2nd St, Sheridan, WY , and you’ll find thousands of acres of hikeable wilderness here. For a great fall foliage hike, follow the trail through Tongue River Canyon, which is an easy three mile river trail. Bighorn National Forest Located in north-central Wyoming, the Big Horn Mountains are a sister range of the Rocky Mountains. Conveniently located half-way between Mt. Rushmore and Yellowstone National Park, the Big Horns are a great vacation destination in themselves.   The Big Horn Mountains extend from the plains and Great Basin area of Wyoming northward into south central Montana.. The Big Horn Mountains and Bighorn National Forest are an outdoor paradise filled with recreational opportunities including hunting, fishing, camping, hiking and backpacking, horseback riding, mountain biking, picnicking, sightseeing, photography, snowmobiling, . Bighorn National Forest (Wyoming) Institutional Commitment. Breeding Bird Atlas Project, which inventories birds in several areas on the forest and which will be published in a book, Birds of Oregon: A General Reference. North Central Research Station, National Wild Turkey Federation, Missouri Department of Conservation and Bat.