Swan Rangers on Birds, Bark and Bears!


Wild turkey stare-down by Ruth Quist.

Swan Rangers photographed lots of birds, bark and bear tracks during their recent outings!

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Ruth Quist thought the wild turkey in her lead photo looked a little worried about Thanksgiving!


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This article published on November 20, 2021 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers Ponder Life Eternal


Fog and clouds in Glacier Park by Nancy Cohn.

Swan Rangers ponder life eternal through their photographs of recent outings and the loss of a dear friend.

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Nancy Cohn's lead photo portends a change in the seasons, as do . . .


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This article published on November 13, 2021 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers on Vistas and Details!


Storm along Rocky Mountain Front by Skip Via.

Swan Rangers captured both broad vistas and trailside details during their recent outings!

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Skip Via's lead photo notes a change in the whether, as does . . .


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This article published on November 06, 2021 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers Fall Down Under!


Fall reflections by Keith Hammer.

While Swan Rangers continue to celebrate Fall colors in the Northern Hemisphere, they are headed into the heat of Summer in the Southern!

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Keith Hammer's lead photo confirms it is still Fall in Glacier National Park, while . . .


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This article published on October 30, 2021 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers Still Seeing Colors and Critters!


Hiking Fall colors by Dee Blank.

Swan Rangers continue to photograph colors and critters during their recent outings, as Fall gets into full swing!

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Dee Blank's lead photo certainly shows that hiking is a great way to see Fall colors, as does . . .


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This article published on October 23, 2021 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers Get Moody Views!


Rainbow by Pat Jaquith.

Swan Rangers captured moody views in photos taken during their recent outings!

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Pat Jaquith captured a promising view of a rainbow over a youngster and a dry lake bed in our lead photo!


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This article published on October 16, 2021 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers Fall for Wildlife!


Bull elk and harem by Keith Hammer.

Swan Rangers took lots of wildlife photos during their recent outings, some of which tell the story of the changing seasons!

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Keith Hammer (and Pam) saw bull elk gathering up their harems on the CM Russell Wildlife Refuge, where there was . . .


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This article published on October 09, 2021 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers Celebrate Fall Colors!


Tally Lake inlet by Pat Jaquith.

Swan Rangers celebrated Fall colors during their outings in the week ending Saturday, October 2, 2021!

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Pat Jaquith captured some Fall colors in our lead photo, while . . .


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This article published on October 03, 2021 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers Sight Snow!

Fresh snow on Mt. Aeneas by Pam Willison.

Swan Rangers saw fresh snow during their outings in the week ending Saturday, September 25, 2021!

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Pam Willison found fresh snow on a hike up Mt. Aeneas, as shown in our lead photo, while . . .


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This article published on September 25, 2021 • [Permalink]


Swan Rangers Find Water and 'Shrooms!


Smokey view of Flathead Lake from Elk Springs by Keith Hammer.

Swan Rangers found water and mushrooms amid signs of continuing drought during their outings in the week ending Saturday, September 18, 2021!

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Between occasional rain showers, wildfire smoke continued to dampen distant views, as shown in our lead photo by Keith Hammer.


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This article published on September 18, 2021 • [Permalink]


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