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Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel: The Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel, Callospermophilus lateralis, is a type of ground squirrel found in mountainous areas of western North America. It can be identified by its distinguishing chipmunk-like stripes and coloration, but unlike chipmunks, it doesn’t have any stripes on its face. The well-loved ground squirrels are highly visible throughout Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park.

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Founder’s Room – Bok Singing Tower – The Founder’s Room is 35 feet high with soaring Gothic arches made of pink Georgia Etowah marble and Florida coquina rock. The ceramic tile floor by J.H. Dulles Allen displays the Star of Creation which represents the six days of creation. This ‘Birth of Garden’ floor features wildlife, and trees with birds, symbolic of Bok Tower Gardens beginning as a bird sanctuary. The Great Brass Door, depicting the story of Genesis, and the dramatic staircase are by Samuel Yellin.

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