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Natural History

Plants and Fauna
Many of the plants and animals that are a part of the every day life in Montana were discovered, chronicalled and often named by Lewis & Clark. These speakers concentrate on the plants and animals Lewis & Clark and their men saw in different parts of the state. They give examples of these specimens and are very informative for where they were found and what they were named.

Montana is home to a vast number of birds. These speakers concentrate on the birds of Montana that Lewis & Clark saw. They are informative for where they were found, what they were named, and where they can be seen today.

Geography and Biological Effects
As Lewis & Clark made their journey across Montana, they saw incredible sights and mesmerizing lands. This land was new to them, but is very familiar to us. The speakers listed here concentrate on the geography of Montana that Lewis & Clark saw and the impact it had on them, as well as how the Expedition impacted us and opened up Montana to travel and people.



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