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Thursday, May 18, 2017

Grand Teton National Park (Part Ten) Miscellaneous Critters


Many times, while driving through the park, I spot a bird or mammal that I stop to photograph but I often lack enough photos to make a blog update just for that species.  Hence, the miscellaneous critter post.  Above is a great blue heron that we found on the Moose-Wilson Road.

The next two photos are of mule deer we found near the Murie Center...




The kestrel in the next photo was found on Antelope Flats Road...


I have often seen groundhogs climb trees, so I guess it should not have been a surprise to see a yellow bellied marmot in one...


Zoomed in for a better look...


This osprey was near the wildlife overlook on Moose-Wilson Road...


I zoomed in tightly on the back of the head...


Of this ruffed grouse near the Colter Bay Visitor Center...


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