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One of the largest high-elevation meadows in the Sierra Nevada, Tuolumne Meadows at 8,600 feet has been also among the most visible to past pioneers, and present visitors and scientists. It’s accessible due to the park roadway that crosses the southern edge of the meadow. From this point all the way to the south of Mt. Whitney, no other roads cross the High Sierra. Thus, this roadway marks the northern end of the largest contiguous roadless wilderness in the continental United States.
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Identifications
2,031
Observations
428
Species
324
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Top Species
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Junco hyemalis (Linnaeus, 1758)
97
2.
Poecile gambeli (Ridgway, 1886)
82
3.
Setophaga coronata (Linnaeus, 1766)
68
4.
Nucifraga columbiana (A.Wilson, 1811)
60
5.
Euphagus cyanocephalus (Wagler, 1829)
55
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Turdus migratorius Linnaeus, 1766
53
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Zonotrichia leucophrys (J.R.Forster, 1772)
47
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Corvus corax Linnaeus, 1758
46
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Actitis macularius (Linnaeus, 1766)
41
10.
Buteo jamaicensis (Gmelin, 1788)
37
Top Observers
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obsr352412
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obsr438747
75
3.
obsr285254
61
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obsr283713
57
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obsr340618
45
6.
obsr754385
45
7.
obsr345476
40
8.
obsr129120
35
9.
obsr1213344
34
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sea-kangaroo
33
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