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Welcome to the Swan Range

The northern Swan Range -- home to the Jewel Basin Hiking Area and Alpine Trail No. 7, is the rugged backyard and scenic backdrop of the Flathead Valley. From Inspriation Pass to Columbia Mountain, the northern Swan supports our unique way of life and contributes much to the natural beauty and economic prosperity of the entire Flathead Valley. This website is dedicated to the enjoyment and appreciation of the northern Swan Range. Now is the time to act for the future of the Swan.


This article published on March 07, 2012 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers Welcome Summer!

Wild rose by Keith Hammer

Swan Rangers welcomed Summer Solstice and its long days for their outings the past week!

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Keith Hammer learned to appreciate how flowers hold still, as for our lead photo of a wild rose, while . . .

 



This article published on June 25, 2022 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers Fawn Over New Wildlife!

Baby Yellow-rumped warbler by Keith Hammer

Swan Rangers saw new fawns and other new wildlife during their outings this past week!

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In our lead photo, Keith Hammer got a photo of a baby Yellow-rumpted warbler just after it received food from its parent.

 



This article published on June 18, 2022 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers Delve Into Sex Lives of Plants!

East of Glacier National Park by Keith Hammer

Swan Rangers delved into the sex lives of plants, among other things, during their outings this past week!

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In our lead photo, Keith Hammer went exploring east of Glacier National Park.

 



This article published on June 11, 2022 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers Find Berry Interesting Things!

Chokecherries by Keith Hammer

Swan Rangers found wild berries setting on, among other things, during their outings this past week!

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In our lead photo, Keith Hammer found that Chokecherries are setting on, while . . .

 



This article published on June 04, 2022 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers Hear from Down Under!

West Coast of Australia by Philippa Goninan.

Swan Rangers were reminded it is Fall in Australia as they enjoyed Spring in Montana during their outings this past week!

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Philippa Goninan shows us the west coast of Australia in our lead photo.

 



This article published on May 28, 2022 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers Offer More Words on Birds!

Yellow-headed blackbirds by Skip Via.

Swan Rangers saw lots of birds to talk about during their outings the past week!

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Skip Via caught some Yellow-headed blackbirds lined up like turtles on a log in our lead photo while . . .

 



This article published on May 21, 2022 • [Permalink]


Swan Ranger Learn More About Birds and Bees!

Rufous hummingbird in Forsythia by Pat Jaquith

Swan Rangers learned more about birds, bees, flowers, and trees during their outings this past week!

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Pat Jaquith celebrates the return of hummingbirds in our lead photo while . . .

 



This article published on May 14, 2022 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers Enjoy New Life!

Canada geese with young by Ruth Quist

Swan Rangers enjoyed new life springing forth during their outings this past week!

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Ruth Quist gives us a look at a Canada geese pair and their goslings in our lead photo while . . . 

 



This article published on May 07, 2022 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers Find Birds, Wildflowers and Turtles!

Trillium by Keith Hammer

Swan Rangers found birds, wildflowers and turtles during their outings this past week!

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Keith Hammer took a wet hike to see his first Trillium of the season in the Swan Range, above.

 



This article published on April 30, 2022 • [Permalink]


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