Mount Hornaday facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsMount Hornaday
As viewed from Pebble Creek
|Elevation||10,003 ft (3,049 m)|
|Parent range||Absaroka Range|
|Topo map||Mount Hornaday|
Mount Hornaday el. 10,003 feet (3,049 m) is a mountain peak in the northeast section of Yellowstone National Park in the Absaroka Range, Wyoming. The peak was named in 1938 for naturalist William Temple Hornaday, a former director of the New York Zoological Gardens who championed the cause of saving the American Bison from extinction.
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