Instead of hiring dedicated staff, the Park Service asked local ranchers and the superintendent of nearby Wind Cave National Park to look out for it.
What does WICA stand for?
WICA stands for Wind Cave National Park (US National Park Service)
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- World Interest Club
- World Internet Center (California)
- World Investment Conferences (investments; various locations)
- Writing Intensive Course (various universities)
- Water Island Civic Association (St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands)
- Western India Culinary Association (hospitality industry)
- When I Come Around (Green Day song)
- Whidbey Island Center for the Arts (Langley, WA)
- While in Control Area
- White Ironstone China Association, Inc.
- Western Indiana Community Action Agency
- West Island Crusade Against Cancer (Canada)
- Western Idaho Community Action Program (Caldwell, ID)
- Worldwide Industrial Capabilities Assessment Program (US Defense Logistics Agency)
- Women in Church and Society
- Wireless Internet Center for Advanced Technology (Polytechnic University of Brooklyn)
- World Institute for Computer-Assisted Teaching (Utah)
- World Interactive Computer-Assisted Training
- West Indies Cricket Board
- Women in Cell Biology
Samples in periodicals archive:
From there, I held seasonal positions at Big Cypress National Preserve in Florida, taking kids on swamp hikes, and Wind Cave National Park in California, taking people 91 meters (300 feet) underground.
Rapid City is located in the Black Hills, near attractions like Mount Rushmore National Memorial, the Badlands National Monument and Wind Cave National Park.
Wind Cave National Park, which, as the name suggests, has noticeable wind currents and is formed from the same vast limestone deposits that underpin most of the Black Hills area.
29 SCIENCE, that infanticide is the major source of juvenile mortality among black-tailed prairie dogs, accounting for the total or partial demise of half of all litters born within a 16-acre colony at Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota.
His administration helped double the number of national parks from five to ten, protecting the majestic blue waters of Crater Lake National Park, the rich archaeological resources of Mesa Verde, and the caverns of Wind Cave National Park.
No one knew about these animals and the lives they had lived until July 2003, when Park Service personnel Greg McDonald and Rod Horrocks discovered the fossilized remains at Wind Cave National Park.
The crew, which began its work in July, was led by McDonald and consisted of staff from Badlands National Park, the Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, South Dakota--the world's largest mammoth research facility--and Wind Cave National Park.