Hello again Folks. It is still summer so far in Montana and the Yellowstone area and the
animals are out in full. Baby bears, elk, snake, geese and a mountain blue bird make up this weeks posting along with a few landscape shots of the natural beauty of this area.
|A large family of geese head down the Yellowstone River on their way to better shores.|
|The Absaroka Mountains stick out over the Yellowstone River in Paradise Valley, Montana|
|The view from one of my favorite fishing spot along the Yellowstone River with the Absaroka Mountains butting up|
in the backdrop.
|This is my shortcut crossing for my bicycle going from Downtown Livingston to the hill I live on in North Livingston.|
|Every house seems to have a rabbit hanging out eating the flowers like this hare up in Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone NP.|
This elk calf came over to eat some sweet grass and hang out in the shade of the large building in Mammoth Hot Springs.
|It sniffed around|
|Did some more sniffing|
|Looked around again|
|and then took off back to momma!|
|This is a Mountain blue bird that hangs out often where I am working.|
|Here is that bull snake I was trying to photograph since the summer of 2010. It is about five feet long and dines|
at the colony of ground squirrels nearby it's hide out in a drainage pipe along the road.
|Bull snake on the prowl for unsuspecting ground squirrel prey.|
|Notice the two cubs making their way up the tree?|
|This little fella seemed to be checking me out down below and just sort of hanging there.|
|The two were having a great time while their momma slept|