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Swan Rangers Play in Sun and Snow!

Swan Crest seen through Cattails by Keith Hammer

Swan Rangers got to play in both sun and snow during their outings this past week!

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

In our lead photo, Keith Hammer views the Swan Crest through valley bottom wetlands while . . .


. . . Ruth Quist got a close-up of a Cattail in another wetland.


Keith Hammer (and Pam) found Otter tracks and a slide along the Swan River. In the background is the Swan Range and . . .


. . . Thunderbolt Mountain! While the winter snowpack has increased a little with recent storms . . .


. . . the Flathead River Basin is only about 2/3 of average, though Keith Hammer points out . . .


. . . there is luckily enough to keep this stream snow-bridged for skiing!


Pat Jaquith reported Deer mouse tracks alongside Deer tracks, but failed to say which tracks were which!


Though Keith Hammer (and Pam) could find nothing but tooth tracks, they are pretty sure a Beaver was here to fell this 2.5' diameter Cottonwood tree and several others nearby!


Dee Blank found some beautiful hoar frost and . . .


. . . Lynn Smith shows us another clearly outstanding snowflake!


Pat Jaquith came across this female Red-breasted nuthatch in the Flathead Valley, while . . .


. . . Tom Semple came across a bunch of Bald eagles in the Skagit Valley of Washington!


In our parting shots, Chris Gotschalk shows what a difference the weather can make in photography atop the Swan Crest!

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 February 17, 2024 • [Permalink]