Sierra Columbine articles on Wikipedia
Aquilegia pubescens
is a high-altitude species of columbine known by the common names Sierra columbine, alpine columbine and Coville's columbine. Its flowers are large and
Jan 14th 2017



Edward H. Columbine
Edward H. Columbine was an English naval officer who served as Governor of Sierra Leone from 12 February 1810 - May 1811. Columbine was given command of
Mar 31st 2017



Aquilegia formosa
Aquilegia formosa (crimson columbine, western columbine, or (ambiguously) "red columbine") is a common and attractive wildflower native to western North
Mar 8th 2017



Aquilegia
have been important in the study of evolution. It was found that the Sierra columbine (A. pubescens) and crimson columbine (A. formosa) each have adapted
Apr 27th 2017



Aquilegia flavescens
For the Sierra Columbine, also sometimes called "Yellow Columbine", see Aquilegia pubescens. Aquilegia flavescens (Yellow Columbine) is a wildflower
Feb 11th 2016



List of colonial governors of Sierra Leone
gThis is a list of colonial administrators in Sierra Leone from the establishment of the Province of Freedom by the Committee for the Relief of the Black
Apr 1st 2017



Sierra Vieja
The Sierra Vieja is a small mountain range in the Trans-Pecos region of West Texas, 42 miles northwest of the city of Marfa in far western Jeff Davis County
Apr 19th 2017



Robert Bones
Bones Robert Bones was a lieutenant in the British Navy who was acting Governor of Sierra Leone for two months in 1811. Bones had previously been commander of
Mar 31st 2017



Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas Natural Park
Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas Natural Park (Spanish: Parque Natural de las Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas) is a natural park in the
Nov 19th 2016



List of plants of the Sierra Nevada (U.S.)
zone Antennaria pulchella - Sierra Pussytoes Aquilegia pubescens - Sierra Columbine (sn-endemic) - (& sub-alpine zone) Carex capitata - Capitate Sedge
May 14th 2016



Flora of the Sierra Nevada alpine zone
(Anemone drummondii), a showy perennial. Alpine columbine, or sierra yellow columbine (Aquilegia pubescens), "among the most spectacular eastern sierra
Oct 14th 2016



Independent Spirit Award for Best Documentary Feature
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Feb 25th 2017



Air Force One
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Apr 26th 2017



HMS Crocodile (1806)
For other ships with the same name, see HMS Crocodile. HMS Crocodile was a 22-gun sixth-rate post-ship launched in South Shields in 1806. She was broken
Mar 19th 2017



Paul Cuffee
Not to be confused with the Paul-Cuffee">Reverend Paul-CuffeePaul Cuffee (1754-1812), who is honored on the liturgical Calendar of the Episcopal Church (USA). Paul-CuffeePaul Cuffee or Paul
Feb 27th 2017



List of native Oregon plants
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Aug 16th 2016



Illinois Route 53
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Mar 30th 2017



Deadman Canyon
Deadman-CanyonDeadman Canyon is a glacier-carved canyon in Kings Canyon National Park. Its namesake is an Iberian sheep-herder who died and is buried there. Deadman
Mar 13th 2017



List of California native plants
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Feb 26th 2017



Lockheed Constellation
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Apr 7th 2017



Thomas Perronet Thompson
Thompson Thomas Perronet Thompson (1783–1869) was a British Parliamentarian, a Governor of Sierra Leone and a radical reformer. Thompson was born in Kingston
Jan 16th 2017



Ahwahnechee
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Mar 12th 2017



Mountain Lake Wilderness
For the similarly named place in Oregon, see Mountain Lakes Wilderness. Mountain Lake Wilderness is a U.S. Wilderness Area in the George Washington and
Mar 23rd 2017



Carson National Forest
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Jan 27th 2017



Richland High School (Texas)
Richland High School is a secondary school located in North Richland Hills, Texas. The school includes grades 9 through 12, and is part of the Birdville
Jan 16th 2017



Castilleja linariifolia
Castilleja linariifolia is a perennial plant, native to the United States and is the state flower of Wyoming. It has a number of common names including
Feb 3rd 2017



Hunting Camp Creek Wilderness
The Hunting Camp Creek Wilderness is an area protected by the Eastern Wilderness Act of Congress to maintain its present, natural condition. As part of
Apr 25th 2017



Thunder Ridge Wilderness
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Apr 25th 2017



Jefferson County Public Schools (Colorado)
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Jan 2nd 2017



Pikes Peak
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Apr 21st 2017



Coronado National Forest
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Dec 24th 2016



Diplacus douglasii
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Feb 27th 2017



Lincoln National Forest
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Feb 1st 2017



Tulare County, California
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Apr 26th 2017



List of school districts in California by county
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Jan 26th 2017



Gila National Forest
The Gila National Forest is a protected national forest in New Mexico in the southwestern part of the United States established in 1905. It covers approximately
Feb 5th 2017



Writers Guild of America Award
The Writers Guild of America Awards for outstanding achievements in film, television, radio, and video game (added in 2008) writing, including both fiction
Mar 15th 2017



Fort Stanton – Snowy River Cave National Conservation Area
The Fort StantonSnowy River Cave National Conservation Area is a National Conservation Area in the eastern foothills of the Sierra Blanca, between Capitan
Nov 18th 2016



Cerrillos Hills State Park
Cerrillos Hills State Park is a state park of New Mexico, United States, located 16 miles (26 km) south of Santa Fe. Transferred to state ownership in
Feb 4th 2017



List of butterflies of North America (Hesperiidae)
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Feb 7th 2017



Mother Goose
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Apr 17th 2017



California
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Apr 22nd 2017



American Idol alumni in film, television and theater
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Mar 22nd 2017



Calliope hummingbird
The calliope hummingbird (Selasphorus calliope) is a very small hummingbird native to the United States and Canada and, during winter, Central America
Dec 22nd 2016



Capulin Volcano National Monument
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Jan 11th 2017



HMS Peony (K40)
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Apr 5th 2017



Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument
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Mar 9th 2017



HMS Pelorus (1808)
For other ships with the same name, see HMS Pelorus. HMS Pelorus was an 18-gun Cruizer-class brig-sloop of the British Royal Navy. She was built in Itchenor
Mar 5th 2017



1999 in music
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Apr 18th 2017



List of high schools in Colorado
This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. This is a list of high schools in the state of Colorado. There are 647 total.[citation needed]
Jan 1st 2017





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