Entries Tagged ‘Snake river’:

Storm in the Tetons

Stormy weather over the “Oxbow Bend” of the Snake river in Grand Teton National park.
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Meet me half way

I wonder if these American White Pelicans were once seen as “The ugly cygnets”? I am guessing they were never mistaken for ducklings

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Endangered: American Whites (…Pelicans, that is)

The bird with the second largest wingspan in North America (after the California Condor), the American White Pelican, is classified as “endangered” by the Washington department of Fish and Wildlife. They can still be found foraging below hydroelectric dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers, in Eastern Washington State. Below such a dam [...]

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Oxbow Eagle

Oxbow bend of the Snake river, at the Tetons …we saw eagles

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