We got up early Saturday 10-16-10 to go to Jackson Wyoming
for my wife’s birthday present. More importantly it was the
Tetons and the wildlife that we were headed out to see.
On the way there we saw a moose calf lying out in the grass
so we stopped for a couple of photos then we were off again.
It took just over three hours to get there.
Here are some of the image results of this short trip.
We found a new meaning and spelling for a Berry Tree,
(SEE IMAGE BELOW)
it is now a Beary Tree. This small black (cinnamon color) bear
was in this small
tree eating its berries as fast Hawthorne
as it could and ignoring us, mostly, as it ate to put on
weight for the coming winter sleep. If you are a bear in the
cold country you need a lot of extra fat or you
might not wake up next spring.
We saw lots of moose,
and mule deer
and a beaver working on his dam.
...and a Ruffed Grouse
... and I slipped in a Cotton Tail rabbit (below) from the night
before. We had dinner with my parents at Bear lake.
NO COLOR changes on the above,
this is exactly how it was.