Thanksgiving Day sunrise by Keith Hammer.
Swan Rangers contemplated turkeys, bears, frost, and other signs of the seasons during their outings this past week!
Click here or scroll down for the Rangers' photos and details!
In our lead photo, Keith Hammer shows us the sunrise over the Swan Range on Thanksgiving Day!
Pat Jaquith shows us a Great Curassow, a "turkey" so favored in Costa Rica that they nearly went extinct before conservation measures helped restore their numbers!
Michael Turner sent in this nightime scene from Korea!
Ruth Quist found some hoar frost and shared it with us while . . .
. . . Dee Blank found some ice along Flathead Lake!
Keith Hammer found snow slipping from trees on a warm day and . . .
. . . a Honeysuckle vine with leaf buds, making him wonder if it is Fall or Spring!
Pam Willison reminds us that some bears are not yet in their Winter dens, with this photo of a grizzly track subsequently stepped on by a dog/canid and . . .
. . . Keith Hammer confirms bears are still visiting this bear rub tree via its well worn step-path!
In our parting shot, Pam Willison shares a sunset lighting up the clouds along the Swan Range!