Day 2-I


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    Posted by Veronica (128.135.229.245) on September 25, 2005 at 09:51:59:

    In Reply to: Day 1-I posted by Veronica on September 25, 2005 at 09:50:07:

    Out to Lamar as early as we weary travelers can make it. From one of the first pullouts in Lamar, far off across the river is an old elk carcass with the usual crowd of ravens and a coyote or two. Someone with big glass points out a distant wolf on the move, our only sighting on this trip. The bare snag with osprey nest has two on it. They flee before I can photograph them. And of course, there are lots and lots of bison. Big surprise! About one in five calves is bright orange. Something about last fallís rut? Hope Autumn is mild, otherwise, do they have a chance of seeing Spring?

    First stop, Trout Lake. Itís pristine! There are one or two frustrated fishermen around, but the osprey isnít around today. No orchids, no otters. There are, however, a few good-sized trout visible in the clear water.



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