To Glacier National Park, US

A few weeks ago, I had the good fortune of visiting Glacier National Park in Montana. As a forester, most of the times, we leave one forest to enter into the next. But every single time, I am amazed to see the wonderful things nature has to offer.

The Flathead Lake. It is the largest freshwater lake to the west of the Mississippi River in the United States. Flathead Lake is 27.3 mi (43.9 km) long and up to 15.5 mi (24.9 km) (Wikipedia)

A White-tailed Deer. Someone was startled at our presence. We see a lot of these deer at our University Campus, especially during the winter. The deep impenetrable snow in the forest drives them to our lawns. 

In the Glacier National Park. 

In the Glacier National Park

Flathead Lake

I guess this was an arm of the Flathead Lake.

We also went to the Bison Range to have a glimpse of the Bisons, also known as the Prairie Buffalo. We saw quite a few but unfortunately, they were too far for my camera to get a good picture. Instead, here I took a picture of Elks. These are very important game species in the United States. 

Prairies. These are a very important ecosystem in North America. 


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