Guadalupe Mountains


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a mountain range in southern New Mexico and western Texas

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We are committed to keeping parks affordable, but we also understand the importance of providing visitors with the best possible experience, said Eric Brunnemann, Superintendent of Guadalupe Mountains National Park.
The Mammals of Trans-Pecos Texas, including Big Bend National Park and Guadalupe Mountains National Park.
Stomach content analysis related to condition in mule deer, Guadalupe Mountains, New Mexico.
Fossilized sloth dung from caves in Guadalupe Mountains National Park and Grand Canyon National Park yields information on diet and climate.
She was born June 16, 1904, in the Guadalupe Mountains of New Mexico, to William and Maggie Plowman Duncan.
gov to research destinations such as Guadalupe Mountains National Park in Pine Springs, Texas, which boasts the world's finest fossilized coral reef, and the house in Glen Echo, Maryland, that was home to Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross.
Many locations along and east of the Guadalupe Mountains were affected by this event.
When Anderson's wife is kidnapped by an outlaw, the search to rescue her stretches from the Sand Hills of Texas to the Guadalupe Mountains, culminating in a life or death showdown at the Apache winter camp in the canyons of Big Bend country.
Suppose you were her research assistant, and you follow her to Lechuguilla, a cave in New Mexico's Guadalupe Mountains.
In fact, no other genus of broadleaf tree covers the size range of oaks, from the 60-point Mohr oak (Quercus mohriana) in the Guadalupe Mountains of Texas to the 536-point valley oak (Quercus lobata), near Covelo, California.
Otherwise, the segment of the National Trail in the Guadalupe Mountains, en route to Fat Man's Pass, was pleasantly desolate.
Hidden Cave lies at an altitude of about 2,000 meters in the Guadalupe Mountains in southeastern New Mexico.
And, in New Mexico, rugged terrain hampered firefighters in the Guadalupe Mountains, where a strong wind swept a 2,000 acre fire across containment lines.
Several years ago I toured the wild caves in the Guadalupe Mountains of New Mexico.