Sundog by Keith Hammer
Swan Rangers continued to enjoy Spring weather, birds and wildflowers - right up to the bitter end of the week!
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Keith Hammer's lead photo of a sundog indicates ice crystals in the air and portends a change in the weather, usually for the worse!
Pat Jaquith found some early season, tiny flowers that include this Woodland-star and . . .
. . . the European import Whitlow grass!
Keith Hammer found lots of Buttercups in the valley bottom, as well as . . .
. . . a hillside Elderberry bush unfurling its leaves . . .
. . . a calm reflection of the Swan Range in the Flathead River and . . .
. . . a couple of Tree swallows enjoying the sun!
Pam Willison shows us that robins, which put up with some pretty ugly weather, nonetheless appear to enjoy the sun too!
Then Keith noticed Flathead Lake looking a bit like the calm before the storm and . . .
. . . in our parting shot, he offers this view from his office as he writes this report, along with . . .
. . . this local weather forecast from weather.gov, just for good measure!