Kings Canyon National Park: Early Tree Blazes in Evolution Meadow

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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 11 August 2010

Thurs, August 20. Evolution Valley, Kings Canyon National Park. Echo Davenport, an archeologist from Yosemite, and her assistant, Mary Lee were surveying early tree blazes in Evolution Meadow carved by sheep and cattle grazers in the 19th Century. 

Mary Lee and Echo Davenport point out early tree blaze

I will link this page to the trail guide and many additional pictures, when those pages are constructed. I am looking forward to linking to the results of this research survey, and hearing about it from Echo.

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