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Swan Rangers Enjoy Swans and Other Critters!

Swan Range from the Swan River by Keith Hammer

Swan Rangers saw swans, geese, other birds, and critters trying to eat them 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 Swan Range from the Swan River, then . . .


. . . shows us the Swan Range being admired by Swans on the Flathead River, while . . .


. . . Lynn Smith shows us several Swans doing a happy dance!


Skip Via shows us thousands of Snow geese east of the Rocky Mountains while . . .


. . . Pat Jaquith shows us a Coyote plumb tuckered out after chasing geese on west side!


Pat also shows us the first Mountain bluebird she has seen this season!


Keith Hammer in gest wonders why this common duck is called a Common goldeneye but seriously wonders why it is not hyphenated!


Skip Via shows us a truly handsome and colorful Wood duck while . . .


. . . Lynn Smith shows us a very colorful Milbert's tortoiseshell butterfly she spotted!


Meanwhile, in his unsuccessful search for anything newly green yet this Spring, Keith Hammer settled for these yellow lichens!


Ruth Quist saw this Yellow-headed blackbird, which is partly hyphenated and partly not!


Norma Linsky reminds us there are mountains out there to look at when not distracted by birds!


And, in our parting shot, Keith Hammer reminds us there was a beatiful full moon this past week!

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 April 08, 2023 • [Permalink]