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Lewis and Clark in North Dakota: Wildlife Then & Now

A Brief Natural History of North Dakota

1804 to Present

Painted image: Explorers approaching bears along the edge of a river.

By Bill Jensen

Originally published in:
North Dakota Outdoors
(June, 2001)

Official Publication of the
State Game and Fish Department
100 North Bismarck Expressway
Bismarck, North Dakota 58501-5095


This resource is based on the following source:
Jensen, Bill.  2001.  Lewis and Clark in North Dakota: wildlife 
     then & now --  A brief natural history of North Dakota, 1804 
     to present.  North Dakota Outdoors 63(9):10-19.

This resource should be cited as:

Jensen, Bill.  2001.  Lewis and Clark in North Dakota: wildlife 
     then & now --  A brief natural history of North Dakota, 1804 
     to present.  North Dakota Outdoors 63(9):10-19.  Jamestown, 
     ND: Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center Online.  
     http://www.npwrc.usgs.gov/resource/wildlife/thennow/index.htm
     (Version 13NOV2001).

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Bill Jensen is a big game biologist with the department and a frequent contributor to North Dakota OUTDOORS.
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