Definition of Guadalupe mountains national park
1. Noun. A national park in Texas that has the highest point in Texas; includes desert wilderness and the ancient Apache hunting grounds.
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Literary usage of Guadalupe mountains national park
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1. Biodiversity and the Management of the Madrean Archipelago: The Sky Islands edited by Leonard F. DeBano (1999)
"Agave-complex of the guadalupe mountains national park; putative hybridization between members of different subgenera. Pp. 79-89 in: Genoways, ..."
2. The Great American Wilderness: Touring America's National Parks by Larry H. Ludmer (2000)
"About 20 minutes later you'll cross into Texas and reach the Guadalupe Mountains National Park, « (915) 828-3251. While we didn't include this as one of the ..."
3. Adventure Guide to Texas by Kimberly Young (1999)
"Adventures on Foot For all its smallness, Pine Springs is the last stop before the guadalupe mountains national park and it is just across the border from ..."
4. Lesser Known Areas of the National Park System (1994)
"guadalupe mountains national park HC 60, Box 400 Salt Flat, TX 79847 (915)828-3251 Most extensive exposed fossil reef on Earth. ..."
5. Proceedings: Symposium on Fire in Wilderness and Park Management edited by James K. Brown, Robert W. Mutch, Charles W. Spoon, Ronald H. Wakimoto (1996)
"Fire history of a mixed-conifer forest in the guadalupe mountains national park. In: MA Stokes and JH Dieterich (eels.), Proceedings of the Fire History ..."
6. Maps of the USA by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Jo Ellen Moore, Sandi Johnson (2004)
"oo •f* O C- 7 Q. CD Places to Visit O Big Bend National Park 0 Guadalupe Mountains National Park Did You Know? Big Bend National Park was named for the ..."