It's a coffee break task, the wonders of modern life and is seriously informative if you like that sort of thing or labour a love or interest. Some wonderfully insight is provided into bird population, natural resources, environmental conditions and the shaping of a way forward in protecting the battlefield and enhancing its experience.
I will not pretend for one second that each and every word of content has or will fall under my starry eyed gaze or surprise but this is a worthwhile experience, skim and evaluate. It is an interesting document of some scale and science. There are a number of these NPS documents documenting the veary serrious and varied endevours of the NPS, which is an organisation of considerable merit in its long association in various guises back to Philetus P. Norris at Yellowstone.
Don't be skeptical. Take ten with a coffee and browse. You'll be pleasantly surprised. really. With the breadth of viewshed considerations, if nought else.
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Please cite this publication as: Struthers, K., M. Britten, D. Shorrock, R. E. Bennetts, N. Chambers, H. Sosinski, and P. Valentine-Darby. 2014. Little Bighorn National Monument: Natural resource condition assessment. Natural Resource Report NPS/ROMN/NRR—2014/891. National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado.
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If it walks like a duck, sounds like a duck, and looks like a duck ~ it is probably a goose.