I am so honored to have my Pronghorn doe and fawn photo published in Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks ’15 & Forward Vision and Guide. You can read more about MFWP at http://fwp.mt.gov/doingBusiness/insideFwp/visionAndGuide/
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Finish choices for metal are High Gloss or Satin (with the white background, I think I would choose Satin). Metal prints have a float mount (hanger) on the back.
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Bitterroot (Lewisia rediviva) south of Sweathouse Creek in the Bitterroot Mountains on 6-11 – last flower I could find up here. Image 5034
First year White-tailed buck in velvet, Image 7279 8×10
Great Blue Heron in Mission Valley wetlands, Image 6991 portrait 8×10
Mink on the Bitterroot River – this was the den area. Very cool spot on a nicely vegetated bank of the middle river.
This medium-sized, semi-aquatic carnivore has a long, thin body; short, sturdy legs; short, pointed nose; short, rounded ears, and a dorsoventrally flattened head. The tail is thickly furred and overall color is usually rich dark brown. Look also for a white chin patch and sometimes white spots on the belly. It is similar to the River Otter but is much smaller.