Yellow River

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  1. Description Yellow River State Forest is a perfect place to explore some of Iowa's best hiking trails. Located in northeast Iowa in Allamakee County, the forest is part of the "driftless area" that escaped the glaciers during the most recent ice age. The forest consists of 8, acres of hardwood and coniferous forest and is comprised of 6 units.
  2. The Yellow River is a mile-long ( km)tributary of the Mississippi River in northeastern Iowa. It originates in southwestern Winneshiek County and flows through southern Allamakee County, receiving tributaries from northern Clayton County, before joining the Mississippi near Marquette and Effigy Mounds National Monument.
  3. Yellow River State Forest offers numerous outdoor recreation opportunities. Visitors can enjoy picnicking, fishing, hunting, camping, equestrian trails, and hiking to name a few. Named the state's first Globally Important Bird Area, this 8, acre forest is nestled amongst the .
  4. Yellow River Forest is located in Allamakee County in northeast Iowa. The Paint Creek Unit is of primary interest to the recreationist. It has the Big Paint Creek, Little Paint Creek and equestrian campgrounds with capacities of 48, 80 and 40 sites respectively.
  5. " Yellow River " is a popular song recorded by the British band Christie. Written by band leader Jeff Christie, it was offered to The Tremeloes, who recorded it with the intention of releasing it Genre: Pop rock.
  6. Jul 28,  · The Yellow River is also known as the "cradle of Chinese civilization" or the "Mother River." Usually a source of rich fertile soil and irrigation water, the Yellow River has transformed itself more than 1, times in recorded history into a raging torrent that has swept away entire villages.
  7. Jul 28,  · The muddy Yellow River flowing through China – the country’s second longest after the Yangtze – could today be the clearest it has been in years, according to a new study. The river.
  8. The Yellow River is known as the Huang He in China. It is slow and sluggish along most of its course and some regard it as the world's muddiest major river, discharging three times the sediment of the Mississippi River. It gets its name and color from the yellow silt it picks up in the Shaanxi Loess Plateau.

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