Monday, July 30, 2012

Malheur Again – This Time the National Forest

Highlights from the diverse coniferous forests north of Burns in Harney and Grant Counties:

White-headed Woodpeckers. Such a cool bird.


Rubber Boa – the northernmost member of the family that includes the famous Anaconda and Boa constrictor. And my dad's special research subject since before I was born.


An incredible Pine White outbreak. It looked like it was snowing.


Lots of butterflies at mountain wildflowers, this a California Hairstreak.

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