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Question 1: The Wind River Range (or "Winds" for short), is a mountain range of the ________ in western Wyoming in the United States.
Great PlainsAppalachian MountainsRocky MountainsMontana

Question 2: The forests are dominated by lodgepole pine, ________, subalpine fir, and Engelmann spruce.
Western White PineWhitebark PineJeffrey PineLimber Pine

Question 3: Other mammals include the black bear, elk, moose, mule deer, pronghorn, ________, and wolverine.
Bighorn SheepAmerican BisonMountain goatReindeer

Question 4: ________ is on the eastern side of the continental divide while Bridger-Teton National Forest is on the west.
Shoshone National ForestYellowstone National ParkWyomingGrand Teton National Park

Question 5: [1] Two large National Forests including three ________ areas encompass most of the mountain range.
NatureWildernessEcosystemNatural environment

Question 6: ________, falcons and hawks are just a few of the 300 species of birds known to inhabit the region.
Bald EagleWhite-tailed EagleGolden EagleRed-tailed Hawk

Question 7: The Winds are composed primarily of a granitic batholith which is granite rock formed deep under the surface of the ________, over one billion years ago.
SunNatureMoonEarth

Question 8: Both National Forests and the entire mountain range are an integral part of the ________.
Shoshone National ForestGrand Teton National ParkYellowstone National ParkGreater Yellowstone Ecosystem

Question 9: The Winds are known to have a small ________ population, primarily in the northernmost areas.
Grizzly BearGray WolfCougarBrown Bear

Question 10: Historically, the lakes and streams of the Brider Wilderness were devoid of fish, as were most alpine lakes throughout the ________.
Great PlainsRocky MountainsMontanaAppalachian Mountains







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