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Swan Rangers Gain Elevation and Perspective!

Swan Crest by Keith Hammer

Swan Ranger outings this past week ranged from sea level to mountain peaks, but they didn't forget to pay attention to the small stuff!

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

Jeff Poirier sent us a photo of the Maine coast, below, while Keith Hammer shares a view of the Swan Crest in our lead photo!


Maine coast by Jeff Poier.


A couple Hoary marmots appear a little too interested in Joel Vignere's pack atop a peak in Glacier National Park!


Norma Linsky lets us reflect on this view into Glacier National Park while . . .


. . . Keith Hammer admired this basin on the slopes of Heaven's Peak!


But Skip Via focused on the small stuff, here showing us how what appears to be a single Bunchberry flower is actually a bunch of smaller flowers turning into berries!


Skip then gives us a close-up view of Orange honeysuckle while . . .


. . . Dee Blank shows us how honeysuckle vines grow up shrubs and trees like this Mountain maple!


Keith Hammer shows us the difference between Arnica flowers and . . .


. . . Antarnica flowers!


Ruth Quist got a nice photo of a Long-billed Curlew while . . .


. . . Pat Jaquith shows us why it is important to lay camouflaged eggs if you are a ground-nesting Killdeer!


Pat also provides us a rare glimpse of a Swainson's thrush on its nest!


Warming us up for July 4, Pam Willison sent us a photo of a bunch of patriotic American robin babies and . . .


. . . in our parting shot, Keith Hammer wishes you a wonderful Independence Day with a photo of his favorite fireworks, silent blooming Beeargrass!

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 July 02, 2022 • [Permalink]