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Our survey began in late May 1973 and continued through August 1975. The objectives of our study, which was supported by the National Park Service, were to survey the mammals occurring in the Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas, and to correlate their distribution with major plant associations. This inventory of the natural resources of the park is preliminary to the development of any serious management program. Therefore, we present the following accounts to serve as baseline data for future mammalian work in the park and development of the master plan for the park.