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Mystery at Mt. Scott

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"This is the Wichita Mountains Wild Life Refuge, Oklahoma.
Established in 1901,Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge is one of more than
546 refuges throughout the United States managed by the Fish and Wildlife Service.

The 59,020 acre Refuge hosts a rare piece of the past -
a remnant mixed grass prairie, an island where the natural grasslands escaped
destruction because the rocks underfoot defeated the plow.

The Refuge provides habitat for large native grazing animals
such as American bison, Rocky Mountain elk, and White-tailed deer.
Texas Longhorn cattle also share the Refuge rangelands as a cultural and
historical legacy species.

More than 50 mammal, 240 bird, 64 reptile and
amphibian, 36 fish, and 806 plant species thrive on this important refuge."

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"The Wichita Mountains, wild, rugged, and weatherd, are a symbol of the old west
standing at the threshold of modern times. For centuries, this remarkable land
was the province of a few nomadic hunters and food gatherers.

Mother's Day Sunday, May 11, 2008. Several of us whose mothers have passed on
went to Mt. Scott to have a sacred pipe ceremony in honor of our mothers . . ."

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"As we approached, a high flying object with wings was spotted just to the left
of Mt. Scott summit. It was an eagle . . . a high eagle. We had received a sign
that we are at the right place to conduct the ceremony, and were welcomed into
the cradling arms of not only Mt. Scott, but also our Mothers."

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"Magnified views of the eagle . . . "

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