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Kids Travel Journal: My Trip to Wyoming By BlueBird Books
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Kids can record their own travel adventures and make a treasured memory book for their trip to Wyoming, with this travel journal. A great diary and travel companion that will increase... More > children’s excitement, this journal offers plenty of writing and drawing space. Helping children become involved in the early planning stages of their trip. This is a great gift for children and a great keepsake for parents.< Less
Western Wyoming Wildlife Alphabet By Raymond M. Sorenson
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This book shows in an alphabetical way the wild animals that can be found in the Western Wyoming area. It has a brief description on these animals and a stylized picture of them.
Travel Journal Wyoming By E Locken
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Travel Journal Wyoming - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Wyoming, USA. Includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you record and... More > remember every aspect of your trip.< Less
Wyoming: A Story of the Outdoor West By William MacLeod Raine
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William MacLeod Raine (June 22, 1871 – July 25, 1954), was... More > a British-born American novelist who wrote fictional adventure stories about the American Old West.William MacLeod Raine was born in London, the son of William and Jessie Raine. After his mother died, his family migrated from England to Arkansas when Raine was ten years old, eventually settling on a cattle ranch near the Texas-Arkansas border. In 1894, after graduating from Oberlin College, Raine left Arkansas and headed for the western U.S. He became the principal of a school in Seattle while contributing columns to a local newspaper. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_MacLeod_Raine< Less
Wyoming's Continental Divide Trail By Jerry Brown
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Revised December 2015 to reflect recent trail changes. This is a 79 page map atlas for the "official" route of the Continental Divide Scenic Trail in Wyoming. The data was gathered by... More > walking the trail with extremely accurate professional grade gps receivers. The maps were made by hill shading and combining USGS quadrangles to produce stunning full color maps. GPS waypoints that match the maps exactly are available online at no cost. Mapbooks for the entire trail are now available. The books are republished frequently to remain current and up to date.< Less
Wahoo Wyoming's Wonderful Woolly Socks By Chris Morningforest, Rebecca Raymond
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Wahoo Wyoming loves pickles and woolly socks. In this adventure, Wahoo tries to find a place to wash his woolly socks. He wears them a lot and the socks have gotten quite smelly. As he and his... More > friend, Bird, travel trying to find a creek to wash the socks in, they become discouraged. Time after time, they encounter dry washes! What’s a dry wash? Young readers will find this and other things out about the southwestern desert. And when the socks sneak out of the pillowcase that Wahoo is carrying them in, Wahoo has a brilliant idea. Come join the fun in this colorful book. It is one of our many books available as eBooks & paperbacks on this site and others (search: Chris Morningforest). Look for them and keep coming back. We are creating a Happy World of Stories for Kids Everywhere!< Less
Wahoo Wyoming's Wonderful Woolly Socks By Chris Morningforest, Rebecca Raymond
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Wahoo Wyoming loves pickles and woolly socks. In this adventure, Wahoo tries to find a place to wash his woolly socks. He wears them a lot and the socks have gotten quite smelly. As he and his... More > friend, Bird, travel trying to find a creek to wash the socks in, they become discouraged. Time after time, they encounter dry washes! What’s a dry wash? Young readers will find this and other things out about the southwestern desert. And when the socks sneak out of the pillowcase that Wahoo is carrying them in, Wahoo has a brilliant idea. Come join the fun in this colorful book. It is one of our many books available as eBooks on this site and others (search: Chris Morningforest). Look for them and keep coming back. We are creating a Happy World of Stories for Kids Everywhere!< Less
Two Wyoming Girls and Their Homestead Claim: A Story for Girls By Caroline Louise Marshall
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Birds and Birding in Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains Region By Jacqueline Canterbury, Paul Johnsgard, Helen Downing
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This book is an authorized updated and expanded edition of Helen Downing’s Birds of North-Central Wyoming and the Bighorn National Forest (1990). The Bighorn Mountains in Wyoming are more than... More > 100 miles in length with a maximum elevation of 13,167 feet. Flanked to the west by the Bighorn River basin and to the east by the Powder River basin, they have produced a wide variation of vegetation types and ecosystems, including native grasslands and coniferous forest. At least 327 bird species have been reported from the region, and breeding has been confirmed for 190 species. Species descriptions indicate relative abundance, breeding status by latilong, and locality/date records. Regional birding areas are described and mapped, and results of recent regional breeding bird surveys and seasonal bird counts are summarized. Line drawings illustrate representatives of each of the 53 avian families documented for the region, and there are 7 maps and more than 60 literature citations.< Less
Birds and Birding in Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains Region By Paul A. Johnsgard, Jacqueline L. Canterbury, Helen F. Downing
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This book is an authorized updated and expanded edition of Helen Downing’s Birds of North-Central Wyoming and the Bighorn National Forest (1990). The Bighorn Mountains in Wyoming are more than... More > 100 miles in length with a maximum elevation of 13,167 feet. Flanked to the west by the Bighorn River basin and to the east by the Powder River basin, they have produced a wide variation of vegetation types and ecosystems, including native grasslands and coniferous forest. At least 327 bird species have been reported from the region, and breeding has been confirmed for 190 species. Species descriptions indicate relative abundance, breeding status by latilong, and locality/date records. Regional birding areas are described and mapped, and results of recent regional breeding bird surveys and seasonal bird counts are summarized. Line drawings illustrate representatives of each of the 53 avian families documented for the region, and there are 7 maps and more than 60 literature citations.< Less