Chokecherries by Keith Hammer
Swan Rangers found wild berries setting on, among other things, during their outings this past week!
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In our lead photo, Keith Hammer found that Chokecherries are setting on, while . . .
. . . Christin Rzasa found Huckleberries setting on!
Christin found Kinnikinnick still in flower, as did . . .
. . . Skip Via with Grouse whortleberry.
Skip also found a pretty pink Serviceberry blossom and . . .
. . . a nice patch of Prairie smoke!
Lynn Smith found this wonderful Wild hyacinth amid some Arrowleaf balsamroot.
Keith came across a nice patch of Striped coralroot and . . .
. . . Ruth Quist reminds us we can always eat Morel mushrooms while we wait for berries to ripen!
Some Swan Rangers got distracted by birds, as Keith did with this Western tanager . . .
. . . this Violet-green swallow giving him the stink eye . . .
. . . and this pair of Trumpeter swans!
Pat Jaquith came across this family of Canada geese . . .
. . . and this Spotted sandpiper!
In our parting shot of Rainbow Mountain over Bowman Lake, Joel Vignere reminds us to not lose sight of the big picture!