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Lewis & Clark as Naturalists
The Collection: Locality Information Lewis and Clark as Naturalists
Locality Name:
Bitterroot Mountains
Clearwater County , Idaho

Species Encountered:
icon-1 Melanerpes erythrocephalus
Red-headed Woodpecker
September 9, 1805
icon-4 Larix occidentalis Nutt.
western larch
September 14, 1805
icon-4 Abies lasiocarpa (Hook.) Nutt.
subalpine fir
September 16, 1805
icon-4 Picea engelmannii Parry ex Engelm.
Engelmann spruce
September 16, 1805
icon-4 Pinus contorta Dougl. ex Loud.
lodgepole pine
September 16, 1805
icon-4 Pinus albicaulis Engelm.
whitebark pine
September 16, 1805
icon-4 Symphoricarpos albus (L.) Blake
common snowberry
September 20, 1805

Additional images of . . .
Symphoricarpos albus - these images are copyrighted by Dr. James L. Reveal and used with the ...  more>>

icon-1 Bonasa umbellus
Ruffed Grouse
September 20, 1805

A familiar bird of the northern and alpine forests of North America, the ruffed grouse is often heard rather than seen.  By beating their ...  more>>

icon-1 Cyanocitta stelleri
Steller's Jay
September 20, 1805

This startling beautiful bird was named after Georg Wilhelm Steller, the German naturalist and Arctic explorer that discovered it along the Alaskan ...  more>>

icon-4 Alnus viridis (Vill.) Lam. ssp. sinuata (Regel) A.&D. Love
Sitka alder
September 20, 1805
icon-4 Thuja plicata Donn ex D.Don
western red cedar
September 20, 1805
icon-1 Falcipennis canadensis
Spruce Grouse
September 20, 1805

kind of dunghill fowl . . . dommanicker

A dominicker is a barred fowl with a rose comb and yellow legs, a pretty common description ...  more>>

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