Enjoy up to 55% off! Code: BFACCESS Ends: 11/23 Details
Apply

Palo Duro Canyon Mixbook

Hello, you either have JavaScript turned off or an old version of Adobe's Flash Player. Get the latest Flash player.

Palo Duro Canyon Mixbook - Page Text Content

BC: Region 16 ESC Field Experience Hosted by: Danna Beck - Social Studies Lola Henning - Science Michele McCurdy - Science photos by Michele McCurdy

FC: Palo Duro Canyon High Plains Drifters - Field Experience Region 16 ESC Science and Social Studies

1: Palo Duro Canyon is made up of the Ogallala, Trujillo, Tecovas, and Quarter Master layers.

2: Replica of the Charles Goodnight dugout | Goodnight entered the canyon in 1874 to begin the JA Ranch.

3: Mary Ann Goodnight was responsible for helping to save the bison calves. | The bison from this blood line are now located at Caprock Canyons State Park.

4: Mortar Hole Stone Used to crush food by Native Americans.

5: Hackberry Tree Produces berries The older the tree is the more the bark curls out.

6: Mesquite Tree | Mesquite Tree thorns | Yukka

7: Cottonwood Tree | Tansy Aster | "Star" inside cottonwood branch

8: Sand Sage | Windmill grass

9: Side oats Texas State Grass | Deer

10: tracks

11: scat

12: Soap Berry Tree

13: Silver leaf night shade

14: Journaling | Leaf rubbing

15: atlatl

16: Juniper Rocky Mountain | Juniper male releasing pollen

17: Red berry juniper | Juniper male

18: Beaver Tree Stump

19: Tasajillo Christmas Cactus | Prickly Pear Cactus

Sizes: mini|medium|large|enormous
Michele McCurdy
  • By: Michele M.
  • Joined: about 7 years ago
  • Published Mixbooks: 1
No contributors

About This Mixbook

  • Title: Palo Duro Canyon Mixbook
  • High Plains Drifters outdoor experience at Palo Duro Canyon State Park.
  • Tags: palo duro canyon
  • Published: about 7 years ago

Sign up and get up to
50% off on your first order

Sign up and get up to
50% off on your first order