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Animal Discoveries of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. By Sarah, Jesse, Carmen, Ivy, Gregory (5D). Coyote. Found: Sep.18,1804 in Chamberlain, South Dakota Habitat: open plains, bushy areas

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animal discoveries of the lewis clark expedition

Animal Discoveries of the Lewis & Clark Expedition

By Sarah, Jesse, Carmen, Ivy, Gregory (5D)

coyote
Coyote
  • Found: Sep.18,1804 in Chamberlain, South Dakota
  • Habitat: open plains, bushy areas
  • Note: referred to as “prairie wolves” by Lewis and Clark. Common name comes from Coyotl, the name used by Mexico’s Nahuatl Indians.
white tailed jack rabbit
White Tailed Jack Rabbit
  • Found Sep.14, 1804 near Chamberlain, North Dakota.
  • Habitat: grasslands
  • Note: One of the least social of hares, the White Tailed jackrabbit tends to be solitary except during the mating season. A nocturnal animal, it hides during the day.
black tailed prairie dog
Black Tailed Prairie Dog
  • Found Sep. 7, 1804 in Boyd County, Nebraska
  • Habitat: short grass, prairies
  • Note: Lewis & Clark saw their first prairie dog near Fort Randall Dam. A live prairie dog was among specimens sent to President Thomas Jefferson in 1805.
mule deer
Mule Deer
  • Found Sep. 17, 1804 in Chamberlain, South Dakota
  • Habitat: forest edges, mountains, and foothills
  • Note: Lewis & Clark were the first to officially name this prairie animal.
black billed magpie
Black-Billed Magpie
  • Found Sep. 16, 1804 near Chamberlain South Dakota
  • Habitat: open woodlands
  • Note: Four live magpies were sent to President Thomas Jefferson in the shipment from Fort Mandan in April 1805