Pileated Woodpecker

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  A pileated woodpecker is about 15 inches in length and is one of the largest woodpeckers found in North America. (Only the possibly extinct Ivory-billed Woodpecker in the southeastern United States and Cuba. A pileated woodpecker makes its nest in a tree cavity. The female lays four eggs. Both parents incubate the eggs during the […]

Sunsets on Prairie

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Rose Bud Comes Forth

Rose Bud Comes Forth.
Woods' rose (Rosa woodsii) is a woody shrub that produces pink flowers. These flowers mature into fruits (rose hips) that are high in vitamin C. Bears often feed on the fruits in the fall.

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Storm Castle Trail Meanders

Storm Castle Trail meanders through forest and meadows with great views of the valley below as you hike up.  This hike is a moderate hike with a elevation gain of around 2500 ft.

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Drops Flow from Cascade

Drops of water Cascading in stream close to trail head.  Strom Castle Trail is a short drive from Bozeman,,Montana.  There is also Forest Service Campgrooud close by. As well as other great hikes to do.

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Rose Gets Worked Over

Rose Worked Over, on Storm Castle Trail.  Wild Roses grow along trails in the Gallatin Valley.

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White Pelicans Taking Flight

White Pelicans Take Flight.  
Conservationist Aldo Leopold described a migrating group of American White Pelicans this way: “Let a squadron of southbound pelicans but feel a lift of prairie breeze… and they sense at once that here is a landing in the geological past, a refuge from that most relentless of aggressors, the future. With queer antediluvian grunts they set wing, descending in majestic spirals to the welcoming wastes of a bygone age.”

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Scarlet Gilia has Curving Back Lobes

Scarlet Gilia has Curving Back Lobes.
commonly known as scarlet trumpet', Scarlet Gilia, or Skyrocket because of its scarlet red flowers with lobes curving back as if blown back by rocketing through the air.

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Bee’s Help Out in the Yellow Plains of Pollen

Bee's Help Out in the Yellow Plains of Pollen.
This bumble bee is starting the pollination process without even realizing it! When bees land on a flower, like this yellow flower, their feet often slip into a little groove that holds pollen sacs. When the bee flies away it carries off this sac like a saddlebag stuck on its feet.

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Whitewater on the Gallatin River

Whitewater on the Gallatin River.  Gallatin River begins at Gallatin Lake, which is located high in the mountains of the Gallatin Range in Yellowstone National Park, and flows for 115 miles to its end at the beginning of the Missouri River in Three Forks. Throughout its length, the Gallatin River offers a very wide variety of water, excellent river access, relatively low fishing pressure and gorgeous scenery.

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