Montana Whitetail Doe.
Spending the day in 10-degree, freezing November temperatures and bone chilling wind on Thanksgiving Day, attempting to photograph Bald Eagles from a blind, I was nearly numb to the bones. As I was heading out, this girl jumped up into my path to give a pose just a few yards away. Click, click.
You are so beautiful - thank you for the opportunity to snap your portrait - the ending of a great day in Montana's outback.
Canada Geese taking flight along the Clark Fork River - Montana
Trumpeter Swans - Cygnus buccinator - Once abundant across North America, human encroachment into the Swan's sensitive habitat caused the species to rapidly diminish. By the 1930s less than 100 of these birds existed. Today, populations have rebounded in parts of the Northwest. Along Bull River - Montana