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this large waterfall stands nearly two hundred and fifty feet high. it is fed by a large river that runs down from the mountains, supplying ice-cold water. there is a narrow rocky shore around a large pool of water at the base of the falls. this is a main watering point for most animals in the mountains, and the plethora of large and small prey as well as the water could support nearly eight canines.
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BACK-CAVE DEN
at the top of the smallest mountain is a rock shaped vaguely like the head of a howling wolf. when the wind picks up, it seems to howl as it whips past the rock. a hundred feet or so below the rock formation there is a large ledge beneath a small opening in the cliff face. this is the mouth to a small cave system that hides beneath the mountain. though there are many blind creatures within the caves, they are mainly insects, and there is only one small stream as a water source, ultimately meaning that only five canines could be supported here.
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a well-worn path leads into a large canyon, the walls rising up as sheer red cliffs on both sides. some consider this safe, but most consider it a death trap. the canyon dead-ends about a mile in. there is a small stream that leaks out of the rock, and multiple holes dug into the dirt where mice have made their home. the food source, though not great, is steady and could support three canines.
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a large cave mouth is situated on a cliff face with the characteristic red rock of the reserve. the cave goes back and divides into two more chambers, but doesn't go farther than one hundred yards, making this a great place to get out of the weather. the abundance of small mammals such as rats that live here and a small pool of water inside the cave could support three canines.
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THE RED MOUNTAiNS
stretching across the northern part of the reserve, the mountains are what earned this place its name. in the fall, their slopes are green from the pines, but mottled orange, red, and, yellow with the few deciduous trees scattered throughout. the setting sun, on any day, casts spectacular shadows across the mountains.
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