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Sightings of bald eagles, peregrine falcons, mountain bluebirds, and long -billed curlews would also be down considerably. Consider the ingenuity and resourcefulness required on this epic journey in a strange and hostile country. Many travel miles were won only by prodigious labor and many physical discomforts, all of which made it difficult to observe and record wildlife. Portaging over sagebrush plains laced with pads of prickly pear cactus, pushing up rugged mountain slopes, pulling canoes a...nd pirogues upstream through icy waters, trekking through dense forest choked with deadfall timber, coping with sickness and continuous aches and pains, driving rain, raging winds, bitter cold, baking sun— it is truly remarkable that Lewis' notes on birds are as copious and complete as they are. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that the difficulties of the trip played an important role in determining what and how much was recorded for specific areas. This is perhaps best shown by comparing the results of a nesting bird ecology study I conducted in the Missouri River "breaks" during 1967-68.