Montana Whitetail Doe and Twin Fawns. These little guys were born later than normal; in the month of July instead of the normal April and May. Montana old-timers say that when the fawns are dropped in late summer, it indicates the arrival of a late winter, because the little late-drop fawns have difficulty surviving a typically normal to harsh winter, which usually arrives by late November in Montana.
High up on the foothills of Montana's Mission Mountain Range, a Whitetail buck is seen from his mountain retreat.
Trumpeter Swans along Montana's Clark Fork River.
Reflections of Trumpeter Swans and nearby fir trees with an evening setting sun makes for a pleasing ensemble of winter colors.