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 . . .
. . . Pam Willison gives us a peek at a Great horned owl perched at its cavity nest!
Skip Via got this Mourning cloak butterfly to hold still for a photo!
Pat Jaquith took this rump shot of a Yellow-rumped warbler on a larch limb and . . .
. . . provides us a segue to wildflowers with this photo of an Alfalfa looper month on ornamental flowers!
Keith Hammer shows us some tiny Stork's bill geranium . . .
. . . Kinnikinnick . . .
. . . and the more bold Arrowleaf balsamroot!
Debra Schweitzer provides our first photo of Shooting stars and . . .
. . . Skip Via our first sighting of Montana-grown Utah honeysuckle!
Keith Hammer took a liking to emerging Larch cones and needles . . .
. . . emerging Birch leaves and catkins and . . .
. . . emerging Mountain maple flowers and leaves!
In our parting shot, Chris Gotschalk reminds us there is still skiing atop the Swan Crest but . . .
. . . Pam Willison gets in the last word with this photo of where all that snow is going to end up!