Lewis & Clark's America

Lewis & Clark's America (HM2N8N)

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N 47° 59.146', W 103° 59.185'

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Bringing Back The Past

Clark, 7 September 1804
The animal now known as the pronghorn may have numbered 40 million at the time; about 1 million remain.
Two hundred years ago, as many as 100,000 grizzlies roamed the West. Today nearly 1,000 remain in remote areas of Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. The Sierra Club is campaigning to reintroduce the grizzly to the Selway Bitterroot ecosystem.
"I saw near those bluff the most beautiful fox that I ever beheld, the colours appeared to me to be a fine orrange yellow, white and black;..." — Meriwether Lewis, May 31, 1805
The Sierra Club's Lewis and Clark Wild America Campaign is working to permanently protect millions of acres of remaining wild places, the lands explored by Lewis and Clark, preserve and restore key wildlife habitat, and protect threatened and endangered species like bison, wolves, grizzly bears and salmon. Find out more at www.sieraclub.org/lewisandclark.
HM NumberHM2N8N
Placed ByState Historical Society of North Dakota
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Date Added Friday, November 29th, 2019 at 1:01pm PST -08:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)13T E 575629 N 5315215
Decimal Degrees47.98576667, -103.98641667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 47° 59.146', W 103° 59.185'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds47° 59' 8.76" N, 103° 59' 11.1" W
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