Grand Tetons in the Spring

Here are some recent pictures from the Grand Tetons.

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Vocalizations courtesy of Cornell Lab of Ornithology Macaulay Library of Natural Sounds website

Killdeer
Sandhill cranes
Tree swallows
Lesser Scaup

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13 Responses to Grand Tetons in the Spring

  1. penpusherpen says:

    I really enjoyed viewing the photo’s Monica, But the best part?… I’m sitting here surrounded by the call sounds of all the bird life.. by playing them all at once I feel , (with eyes closed) that I’m there … experiencing the whole scenario.. and it’s wonderful 🙂 … have a great week my friend. xPenx

    • Monica says:

      How did you play them all at once? I have some great sounds on video, but the visuals aren’t good. Trying to extract the audio… Thought about you with the dragon, Pen.

      • penpusherpen says:

        I opened all links in their own ‘tab’ Monica,… and I set one going after the other… I’ve just set them going again, while I’m here… ’tis a wonderland of bird sound.(once the humans stop speaking 🙂 ) Now I hope my coughing doesn’t scare them off!! (The lesser spotted Pen -tickle!!) The Dragon was lovely addition.. made my imagination soar, my friend. xxPenxx

      • Monica says:

        Pen, only you with that incredible imagination would have thought of playing them all at once. Going to try it now!

  2. giselzitrone says:

    Tolle Bilder wünsche dir eine gute glückliche schöne Woche.Gruß Gislinde

  3. gita4elamats says:

    Extraordinary pictures, thanks! 😀

  4. Gator Woman says:

    My heart has remained in the Tetons since my first trip there in 1990.
    No matter where I am, it will always be where my heart is~

  5. bluebee says:

    The mountains are awesome in the true sense, Monica. Beautiful photos. And thanks so much for the links to the bird sounds and the Macaulay library – the Australian birds are featured there, too – what a find!

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