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Plants and Animals in the Smoky Mountains

Image
Description
Citation
Dwarf Chestnut trees in North Carolina

Library of Congress

American Environmental Photographs Collection

AEP-NCS9 Department of Special Collections

University of Chicago Library

Map of Great Smoky Mountain National Park and Vicinity

Library of Congress Geography and Map Division

Call Number G3902.G7 1953 .G4 TIL

Control Number 99446151

Digital ID g3902g np000177

http://lcweb2.loc.gov/cgibin/query/r?ammem/aaodyssey,
gmd,fmuever,mmorse,upboverbib:@field(NUMBER+@band(g3902g+np000177))

 

 

Wild turkey in an Oconaluftee field in the Smoky Mountain National Park Photo taken by Neil Hawken 10/18/2003
David Taylor is putting fertilized trout eggs in an aquarium at Smokey Mountain Elementary. Photo taken by Neil Hawken 11/14/2002

Dr. Peter Galbreath, of Mountain Aquatic Research Center, is showing Ashley and Toineeta how to strip trout eggs.

Photo taken by Neil Hawken 11/14/2002
Students in Mr. Hawken's science class are mixing trout eggs and milt. Photo taken by Neil Hawken 11/14/2002
Dr. Peter Galbreath is showing Smokey Mountain Elementary students the trout research facility at Western Carolina University. Photo taken by Neil Hawken 12/13/2002
Elk in a field at Cataloochee, North Carolina. Photo taken by Ervin Treadway on 9/25/2003
Elk in a field at Cataloochee, North Carolina. Photo taken by Ervin Treadway on 9/25/2003
Elk in a field at Cataloochee, North Carolina. Photo taken by Ervin Treadway on 9/25/2003

 

Page Author: Neil Hawken

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