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River Peregrine Falcons: Great News for Cliff Nesting Falcons Tuesdays must be the lucky day to find falcons on the river cliffs. On 4/8/08 we located two adult falcons defending Pepin Heights cliff just south of Lake City, MN. On 4/15/08, I spent the entire day surveying river cliffs ... third time. Maiden Rock: The matriarch of river cliffs. Purchased and managed by the West Wisconsin ...
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River Peregrine Falcons: Great News for Cliff Nesting Falcons Tuesdays must be the lucky day to find falcons on the river cliffs. On 4/8/08 we located two adult falcons defending Pepin Heights cliff just south of Lake City, MN. On 4/15/08, I spent the entire day surveying river cliffs ... third time. Maiden Rock: The matriarch of river cliffs. Purchased and managed by the West Wisconsin ...
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National Rivers: Thrills and dreams about moving water, canoeing, kayaking, rafting, paddling, whitewater, fly-fishing, river trips, and wilderness rivers.
River, in northern Arizona. It's over 200 miles long, and takes a number of days to run. The big, rolling river carries you past an almost endless series of cliffs, buttes, and stone monuments. Where do you start exploring rivers? See the section on Getting started or improving your skills for a list of ways to get involved in river ...
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National Rivers: Rivers of Alaska, Montana whitewater, Montana paddling, Montana canoeing, Montana kayaking, Montana rafting, Montana fly-fishing, Montana river conservation and river access.
Montana, regarding river ownership, use, access, and conservation. Calendar of river events in Montana. Races and competitions. River rodeos/freestyle. River cleanups. River festivals and rendezvous. Conventions, meetings, classes. Other events. River ... a portage. The scenery is spectacular where the river cuts up against the White Cliffs, and intimidating where it flows through the ...
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The MISSINAIBI RIVER "Great Canadian Rivers"
Click here for more Rapid Facts. The Missinaibi is a river of reverence. It is venerated for the legacy of its age-old ... and a salt water sea, renowned for its dual nature as a river of the Abitibi Uplands and the James Bay Lowlands, and exalted ... source north of Chapleau to its confluence with the Moose River. A century ago, the steep cliffs of the lower Missinaibi rang with the shouts of ...
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The MOISIE RIVER "Great Canadian Rivers"
Senior Salmon Many of the Atlantic salmon returning to the Moisie River have spent more than one winter at sea. Rapid Fact ... from the Labrador Plateau to the shores of the St. Lawrence River, dropping over 600 metres from headwaters to mouth, and draining ... Moisie is Quebec's longest and largest river. Its furious rapids, tunnel-like canyons and towering cliffs have been immortalized in the books ...
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Heritage Conservancy: Nockamixon Cliffs
Delaware River along upper Bucks County's scenic River Road. Habitat for an arctic-alpine plant community rare in both Pennsylvania and in the continental United States, Nockamixon Cliffs ... ravines, creating an ice palace spectacle in winter. Over 90 species of birds inhabit the cliffs, which historically have been used by the peregrine falcon and osprey, creating an excellent ...
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Natural History of the Hudson River
River Natural History of the Hudson River The River that Flows Both Ways The Hudson River begins in Lake Tear of the Clouds on ... the salt front down river), the entire length of the river is affected by tides. The highest tide on the river (4.7 feet) ... Palisades on the New York / New Jersey border, the river is bordered by cliffs that plunge almost directly into the water - a main characteristic ...
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Hudson River Almanac -- September 1999
River Almanac -- September 1999 The Hudson River Almanac Chronicling the Life and Spirit of the River The almanac uses observations written by naturalists, river lovers of all ages, and scientists to assemble a journal of the river ... way to the Palisades cliffs. Broad-winged hawks and ...
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Hudson River History Tour
Cruises on the river are still popular, with Hudson Highland Cruises offering trips from ... the Hudson. The beautiful high cliffs running along the lower reaches of the western side of the river, called the Palisades, were ... banned from dumping this chemical into the river and a clean-up began. The river is now closed to commercial striped bass ...
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