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Swan Rangers Explore Snowscapes and Rainforest!

Volcano in Costa Rica by Pam Willison.

Swan Rangers explored the snowscapes of NW Montana and the rainforests of Costa Rica during their outings this past week!

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Pam Willison starts us out with some photos from her recent trip to Costa Rica, starting with a volcano on a sunny day and . . .


. . . a reminder that it takes lots of rainy days to sustaiin a rainforest!


Here Pam shows us a rare Rufescent tiger heron seen through a spotting scope . . .


. . . an aptly named Spectacles owl . . .


. . . a Macaw by its nesting hole . . .


. . . and a Great Potoo blending in with its surroundings!


Even an avid birder like Pam can get distracted by a Jesus Christ lizard, so named for running across water with its large rear feet!


Pam also photographed this Sobralia orchid blossom that lasts only a single day!


Meanwhile, Norma Linsky reminds us it is still winter in the higher elevations of the Flathead Range in Montana and . . .


. . . Chris Gotschalk shows us a Snowshoe hare that just might be starting to change out of its white winter coat!


Keith Hammer reminds us that creeks are starting to rise and snow bridges are melting while . . .


. . . elk have headed out into the valley bottom Canola stubble fields where something green to eat must be sprouting!


In our parting shot, Ruth Quist shows us a heart-shaped cloud that came floating by!

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 March 09, 2024 • [Permalink]