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Flat Creek

FLY FISHING FLAT CREEK  Jack Dennis Fishing Trips Only two miles north of Jackson, lying in the heart of the National Elk Refuge, flows Wyomings first fly fishing only stream, Flat Creek. It is a place so close to home that after a long day at work I can rush to gather my gear and be on the stream just moments later in pursuit of wary cutthroat. This is not […]

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Yellow Headed Blackbird

Males are striking black birds with yellow heads and chests, and black bodies with prominent white patches at the bend of the wing. Females and immatures are brown instead of black, with duller yellow heads. Immature males show some white at the bend of the wing, while females don’t.Yellow-headed Blackbirds breed and roost in freshwater wetlands with dense, emergent vegetation such as cattails.

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American Robin

A very familiar bird over most of North America, running and hopping on lawns with upright stance, often nesting on porches and windowsills. The Robin’s rich caroling is among the earliest bird songs heard at dawn in spring and summer, often beginning just before first light. In fall and winter, robins may gather by the hundreds in roaming flocks, concentrating at sources of food.

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