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Note: These images are taken from Lewis and Clark on the Great Plains: A Natural History by Paul A. Johnsgard, courtesy of the University of Nebraska Press. Permission to reproduce is required.



Bison
 
Bison, adult male

 
Bears
 
Grizzly bear adult (top) and black bear adult (bottom)

 
Elk
 
Elk, adult male

 
Pronghorn
 
Pronghorn, adult male

 
Least tern
 
Least tern, adult and chick

 
Piping Plover
 
Piping Plover, adult

 
Buffaloberry
 
Buffaloberry, female plant with berries

 
Pasture Sagewort
 
Pasture sagewort, with leaf variation and flower detail

 
Bighorn
 
Bighorn, adult male

 
Black-tailed prairie dog
 
Black-tailed prairie dog, adult ("all-clear" or "jump-yip" call)

 
Coyote
 
Coyote, adult

 
Grey Wolf
 
Grey wolf, adult

 
Mule Deer
 
Mule deer, adult male (in autumn)

 
Richardson's Ground Squirrel
 
Richardson's ground squirrel, adult ("pocket-pin" posture)

 
White-tailed Jackrabbit
 
White-tailed jackrabbit, adult in summer pelage

 
Common poorwill
 
Common poorwill, adult

 
Golden Eagle
 
Golden eagle, adult

 
Sharp-tailed Grouse
 
Sharp-tailed grouse, adult male

 
Trumpeter Swan
 
Trumpeter swan, adult

 
Western Meadowlark
 
Western Meadowlark, adult male

 
Sharp-tailed Grouse
 
Sharp-tailed grouse, adult male

 
Bearberry
 
Bearberry

 
Fringed Sagebrush
 
Fringed sagebrush, with leaf variation and flower detail

 
Indian Tobacco
 
Indian tobacco

 
Lanceleaf Sage
 
Lanceleaf sage, with leaf variation and flower detail

 
Clammyweed
 
Large-flowered clammyweed, with flower detail

 
Missouri milk-vetch
 
Missouri milk-vetch

 
Shadscale
 
Shadscale, with seed detail

 
Silky Wormwood
 
Silky wormwood, with leaf variation and flower detail

 
Juniper and Sparrow
 
Western juniper and adult lark sparrow

 
Bushy-tailed Woodrat
 
Bushy-tailed woodrat, adult with cache

 
Swift Fox
 
Swift fox, adult

 
Ground Squirrel
 
Thirteen-lined ground squirrel, adult (dormant)

 
Greater Sage-grouse
 
Greater sage-grouse, adult male (right) and female

 
Lewis's Woodpecker
 
Lewis's woodpecker, adult male (right) and female

 
McCown's Longspur
 
McCown's longspur, adult male

 
Western Rattlesnake
 
Western rattlesnake (top and middle) and western hognose snake (bottom)

 
Catfish and Trout
 
Channel catfish (top), blue catfish (middle), and cutthroat trout (bottom)

 

Note: These images are courtesy of the American Philosophical Society library. Permission to reproduce is required.



"Convolvalist" leaf
 
Large "convolvalist" leaf (Convolvulus sepium L.,
hedge bindweed), July 17, 1804, Codex R, p. 37

 
Skate
 
Skate (big skate, Raja binoculata),
January 7, 1806, Clark's First Draft

 
Fir Leaf
 
Fir Leaf (Douglas fir, Pseudotsuga taxifolia),
February 9, 1806, Codex J, p. 65

 
Maple Leaf
 
Maple Leaf (vine maple, Acer circinatum),
February 10, 1806, Codex J, p. 66

 
Fern Leaf
 
Fern Leaf (Christmas fern, Polystichum munitum),
February 13, 1806, Codex J, p. 71

 
California condor
 
Head of a Vulture (California condor, Gymnogyps califorianus),
February 17, 1806, Codex J, p. 80

 
Pine Cone
 
Pine Cone (Sitka spruce, Picea sitchensis),
February 18, 1806, Codex J, p. 83

 
Eulachon
 
Eulachon (Thaleichthys pacificus),
February 24, 1806, Codex J, pp. 93

 
Cock of the Plains
 
Head of Cock of the Plains
(sage grouse, Centrocercus urophasianus),
March 2, 1806, Codex J, p. 107

 
White Gull
 
Head of a White Gull
(northern fulmar, Fulmarus glacialis),
March 7, 1806, Codex J, p. 115

 
Brant Head
 
Head of a Brant
(greater white-fronted goose, Anser albifrons),
March 15, 1806, Codex J, p. 131

 
White Salmon Trout
 
White Salmon Trout
(coho salmon, Oncorhynchus kisutch),
March 16, 1806, Codex J, p. 133

 




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