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Collecting a whitebark snag for visitor center displayAuthor(s): Jane Kapler Smith
Source: Smith, Jane Kapler. 2006. Collecting a whitebark snag for visitor center display. Nutcracker Notes. 11:14.
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DescriptionAn educational display entitled "Whitebark pine forests-High country tapestry of life" is being assembled at the Montana Natural History Center (MNHC) in Missoula. It will include a whitebark pine snag and several animal specimens (two grizzly bears, a Clark's nutcracker, and a red squirrel), arrayed in front of a large photo of whitebark pine habitat.
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CitationSmith, Jane Kapler. 2006. Collecting a whitebark snag for visitor center display. Smith, Jane Kapler. 2006. Collecting a whitebark snag for visitor center display. Nutcracker Notes. 11:14.
KeywordsWhitebark pine, snag, Montana Natural History Center, MNHC
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