Mount Rainier

Mount Rainier

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Excellent chapters on geology, vegetation, and wildlife.-Backpacker A friendly guide to one of the most spectacular places on Earth.-Outdoor Photographer The ecosystems within Mount Rainier National Park in Washington state are diverse-from subalpine meadow to old-growth forest-and support a variety of birds, reptiles, amphibians, fishes, mammals, and plants. Mount Rainier describes and illustrates in full color each of these plant and animal species and explores the park's geological history, land use issues, native people, and past explorers-at once a traveler's guide, field guide, and natural history of one of America's most popular and extraordinary national parks.At the time of the parka#39;s creation, the Park Service did nor yet exist, and the newly created Forest Service was given ... The fledgling U.S. Forest Service, established in 1905 to oversee the growing forest reserve system, wanted to control theanbsp;...

Title:Mount Rainier
Author: George Wuerthner, Douglas W. Moore
Publisher:Stackpole Books - 2000

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