A mountain range that spans a small part of North America should be named after a woman.
That’s the recommendation of a committee of the National Park Service and a group of scientists, who released a report Wednesday on the “greenness of America’s North American mountains.”
They are looking for names that convey the sense of ruggedness, beauty and beauty that is essential to a sustainable mountain landscape.
“A range that can be described as rugged, with its high and rugged cliffs and rocky ridges, is one that is likely to be a part of our national landscape,” said the report, “a natural landscape that is capable of reflecting the human experience.”
It is the first time in a decade that a national park has formally proposed a name for a mountain range.
That mountain range extends from Canada to Mexico.
It includes some of the world’s highest peaks, such as Mount Everest and the world-famous San Andreas Fault, and some of Americas oldest, including the Rocky Mountain Range and the Colorado Plateau.
But the mountain range also has other natural wonders and beauty, including a wide variety of plants and wildlife, including elk, elk antelope, mountain lions, moose and the occasional grizzly bear.
The report is part of a national effort to develop a national climate-change adaptation strategy, which is expected to be released in March.
It would include recommendations to conserve species and ecosystems that are being impacted by climate change, such the mountain ranges.
The idea of naming a mountain region after a female was proposed in 2007 by a panel of scientists from the Natural Resources Defense Council and the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, but never before the United States.
The NPS said it had previously proposed naming a range after a male polar bear, but that the male was killed by a polar bear.
“When you have a male, you don’t have a female polar bear in the range,” said Jeff Stauffer, a spokesman for the NPS.
“We’re not naming this mountain range after the male polar bears.”
The mountain range includes several large, isolated peaks in Wyoming, Montana and Wyoming, as well as the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, Utah and Arizona.
“Our focus here is on recognizing the importance of mountains to the climate and the human species and to our shared future,” Stauff said.
“It is important to understand the range and the environment that these mountains provide.”
He said that although it is unclear what the proposed name would mean to the women who make up the group that will propose the name, the idea is not to change their way of life.
“There are plenty of women in our community that are working hard to make sure the mountain ecosystem that we love is healthy and resilient for the next generations,” he said.
In the report they say that the mountain system needs a name that will help people understand that this is an area where the natural beauty is at risk, and a name is a good first step in addressing that.
The mountain range is the most productive, most important and best protected landscape in the United State.
The range contains over 300,000 acres and provides habitat for the state’s grizzly, moosett and elk.
There are over 30 species of plant and other wildlife, ranging from endangered to endangered.
It is home to the nation’s largest range of mountain goats and a range of other wildlife including coyotes, black bears, bobcats and bobcats, deer, deer antelope and a variety of birds.
The study also calls for a better understanding of the effects of climate change on wildlife.
It also notes that it is critical to know that the range is also home to a diverse ecosystem that includes mountain laurel and the Rocky-Prairie Shield and that the Rocky Range is a natural refuge for the rare species of blue-green waterfowl.