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Absaroka:

see CrowCrow,
indigenous people of North America whose language belongs to the Siouan branch of the Hokan-Siouan linguistic stock (see Native American languages) and who call themselves the Absaroka, or bird people.
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Beartooth Country: The Absaroka and Beartooth Ranges" is a collection of nature photography set in the wilderness surrounding the town of Cody, Wyoming, one of the largest intact ecosystems one can find in a temperate climate.
To obtain adequate sample size for statistical comparison, the adjacent Jackson and Targhee herds, and the Eincoln and Uinta herds were combined; the Absaroka, Dubois, and Lander herds were dropped because of low sample sizes and geographic separation (Table 1).
Petrology of Volcanoclastic Rocks in the Wiggins Formation, Southern Absaroka Range, Wyoming.
The Walt Longmire series reaches its sixth entry, and judging by the various physical damage the Absaroka County, WY, sheriff absorbs during this episode, one wonders if he can last much longer.
In 2000, Bill and I hooked up for elk in the Absaroka Range south of Cody, Wyoming.
Keefe, an avid researcher of Absaroka or Crow Indian intertribal warfare collects thirteen accounts of battle between the Crows and other Plains tribes in the region of what is now Montana and Wyoming.
Sea kayak beautiful Yellowstone Lake, ringed with geyser basins and framed by the Absaroka Mountains.
A panorama of snowcapped mountains ringed the horizon, the craggy Crazy Mountains to the northwest and the Beartooth and Absaroka ranges curling around from the south and west.
This field station is located 55 miles from Yellowstone National Park, in the Absaroka Mountain Range and the Shoshone National Forest.
They cross the rushing, boot-high South Fork Shoshone River and head up into the Absaroka Range and enjoy the creeks that are plentiful in the area.
The views from Leuschen's Switchback Ranch, straddling the Beartooth and Absaroka Mountains, are nearly as stunning as the panorama from his New York office on Fifth Avenue, high above Central Park.
With the help of a nearby Navy tug, Absaroka was beached right below Fort MacArthur.