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R.S., 20th-century British physician. See: Crow-Fukase syndrome.


a bird in the genus corvus.

crow pick
predatory gouging of eyes and other soft tissues from sick or weak lambs by crows. Wounds often infected with gas gangrene organisms.
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The US specialist (01703 30332) has introduced seven-night holidays staying at the Absaroka Mountain Ranch in Gun Barrel Canyon.
In 1939, pieces of South Dakota, Montana, and Wyoming pushed to form Absaroka (named for a nearby mountain range).
As the Crow Flies A Walk Longmire Mystery | CRAIG JOHNSON: Craig Johnson, former New York beat cop, reprises Walt Longmire, the popular sheriff of Absaroka County, Wyoming, in this eighth installment in the series.
Stan estimates the number as "in the bazillions," which might be a little high, but still, if they were piled up, there would be smaller mountains in the Absaroka Range--and you folks got most of 'em
Sportsman's Alliance * National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) * P&Y/NASP Equipment Matching Grants Program * National Shooting Sports Foundation (prohunting videos for schools) * Jack Creek Preserve Foundation youth camp * AWFA 75th annual North American conference sponsorship * National Conservation Leadership Institute * CWD Alliance * Archery Hall of Fame and Museum * Deer DNA study--Arizona Game and Fish Department" Absaroka elk study -- Wyoming Game and Fish Department * National Hunting and Fishing Day sponsorship * National Bowhunter Education Foundation--Project STAND * Kicking Bear Foundation--youth camps * Conservation Leaders for Tomorrow * Big Game Profiles TV show partnership with Boone and Crockett Club
WYZ002-015 Absaroka Mountains--Wind River Mountains
Horseback transect index--In 1947, 1948, and 1949, Montana Fish and Game Biologist Joe Gaab looked for moose each September in the Absaroka Primitive Area (now the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness) on about 177 km of trail.
The grizzly stands in the path of Chevron, which wants to sink oil wells in the Rocky Mountain Front (as the geologists call it), east of Glacier Park; in the path of Plum Creek Timber, which wants to log off the remaining 6 million acres of wild forest in the Northern Rockies; in the path of the Canadian-owned Noranda Gold, which wants to mine in the Absaroka Range on the border of Yellowstone Park.
I tried it recently while hunting with Warren Johnson's "Hell's A' Roarin'" outfitters in the Absaroka wilderness in southern Montana.
With his latest novel, Craig Johnson, former New York beat cop and Spur Award winner, reprises Walt Longmire, the popular sheriff of Absaroka County, Wyoming.