Retracing Lewis &
Clark's trail from St. Louis to the Pacific, noted naturalist Botkin
shares views on how the ecologies have changed in the past two hundred
years -- from the seemingly endless grasslands of the Great Plains and
the herds of bison to the California Condor and the grizzly bear.
Clark: Pioneering Naturalists -
One of the most comprehensive
accounts of the scientific contributions of the Expedition. Each chapter
concludes with new discoveries and encounters by the Corps during that
leg of the journey.
a Nature Journal -
Follow in the footsteps
of Meriwether Lewis as you learn how to observe and record nature around
on the Trail
Patent and Munoz team
up to present a sampling of the animals that were unknown to American
science until they were described by Lewis and Clark.