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Glacier Flowers/Wildlife #298
07/05/05 03:40 PM
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Tony Bynum Offline OP
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It's a great time to come out and shoot the park. It will only improve over the next month. Here are a couple of examples from this weekend. . .

Finalshot

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Re: Glacier Flowers/Wildlife [Re: Tony Bynum] #299
07/09/05 06:25 AM
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WOW! That is a nice shot.

Lou

Re: Glacier Flowers/Wildlife [Re: Loopman] #300
07/13/05 04:52 PM
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Well, it's getting HOT - the temperature. The flowers are growing very quickly. Get to the Park for some of the best opportunites in a decade! I did catch the following shot just after a thunder boomer in the Two Medicine Valley! Enjoy...

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Re: Glacier Flowers/Wildlife [Re: Tony Bynum] #301
07/14/05 04:24 AM
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Tony,

You are making me jealous. That rainbow is GREAT.

-JM

Re: Glacier Flowers/Wildlife [Re: James Morrissey] #302
07/29/05 08:13 PM
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Well, it's very hot now, arround 90 or so and that's hot for this part of the country.

The bear grass is all about gone for another 5 or 6 years. There are a few places where you can find some but for the most part it's done arround Logan Pass.

The alpine flowers are really starting to bloom. It will be about a week before it's in full bloom.

Attached is a recent photo. Later, Finalshot

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Re: Glacier Flowers/Wildlife [Re: Tony Bynum] #303
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Oh yea, if this update it worth anything to you, let me know and I'll keep doing it. If its a not worth your time, I'll retire.

Finalshot

Re: Glacier Flowers/Wildlife [Re: Tony Bynum] #304
07/31/05 04:12 PM
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Hey Tony,

I know that I like seeing your posts. However, I cannot speak for others. I know that they are being consistently read (currently 50 reads).

I wish that there were other folks who lived in/near other parks as well who could give the same updates. I personally think that it is a very valuable service.

Do you see wildlife as well?

-JM

Re: Glacier Flowers/Wildlife [Re: James Morrissey] #305
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I find these to be great and hope they continue. I
particularly like it when Final Shot adds some of his photographs to his updates. It is all in the pics, I say.

Lou

Re: Glacier Flowers/Wildlife [Re: Loopman] #306
08/03/05 05:46 PM
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Yes, I see wildlife all the time griz-bears, moose, mule/whitetail deer, elk, sheep, and goats. It's not yellowstone, but that's okay because youre not going to wonder among goats and bighorn sheep in yellowstone like you can in glacier and it's a lot easier to find grizzly's in glacier.

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Re: Glacier Flowers/Wildlife [Re: Tony Bynum] #307
08/07/05 06:59 PM
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Finalshot,

Nice shot. This may be an odd question, but is that a sheep or a goat? How habituated are the wildlife to humans?

Thanks
Lou

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