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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!

Click here or scroll down for the Rangers' photos and details!

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


Ruth Quist, however, introduces us to Western meadowrue both male . . .


. . . and female!


Skip Via shows us some Blue-eyed Mary flowers.


Carol Buchan came across some Fuzzy-tongue penstemon!


Debra Schweitzer sent in our first photos of blooming Beargrass and . . .


. . . Lupine!


Keith Hammer found some Lady's slippers . . .


. . . some Pigmy bitterroot . . .


. . . and what looks to be some kind of variegated False Solomon's seal, which he promptly named "the beach-ball variety!"


Some Rangers remembered to keep an eye out for birds, as Pam Willison did, seeing these Sandhill cranes.


Pat Jaquith spied a Lazuli bunting and . . .


. . . a female Williamson's sapsucker!


In our parting shot, Keith Hammer reminds us to keep an eye out for root-digging bears when the tasty Biscuitroot we are looking for goes missing!

If you have interesting photos of your outings, send them along with a description to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and we'll try to work them into these weekly reports!

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