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Summer In The Tetons

Summer In The Tetons

Ring Necked Duck

The male Ring-necked Duck is a sharply marked bird of gleaming black, gray, and white. Females are rich brown with a delicate face pattern. At distance, look for this species’ distinctive, peaked head to help you identify it. Even though this species dives for its food, you can find it in shallow wetlands such as beaver swamps, ponds, and bays. Of all the diving duck species, the Ring-necked Duck is […]

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Sleeping Indian

Sheep Mountain, part of the Gros Ventres Range, is a peak easily seen to the east of Jackson Hole in the Gros Ventres Wilderness. While its official name is Sheep Mountain, many locals know it only as Sleeping Indian Mountain or the Sleeping Indian; visitors will quickly see why, as it has a distinct resemblance to a Native American, complete with headdress, lying on his back with his arms crossed on […]

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