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U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Lewis and Clark image of Lewis and Clark
Commemorating the
Bicentennial
 

    Meriwether Lewis and William Clark were the first scientists to document the fish, wildlife and plants of the American West.

    Follow their journey to find out what the West was like before modern technology changed it.  Learn about Lewis and Clark as pioneering scientists. See how the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working to restore the fish, wildlife and habitats that Lewis and Clark observed. Tour U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service sites on their historic trail to experience the West of Lewis and Clark.

     " . . . we beheld a most beautiful landscape. Numerous herds of buffalo were seen feeding in various directions. The plain to north, northwest, and northeast extends without interruption as far as can be seen."

(Captain William Clark - August 25, 1804)


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