Where I Be

The BLM Shoshone District, ID

Fairfield, ID-- a fair field indeed...
Snake River Canyon
The large amount of cliffy, lava rock canyons that are scattered throughout the Snake River Valley (such as these) provide excellent nesting opportunities for Prairie Falcons, Golden Eagles, Red-tailed Hawks, American Kestrels, and Ravens.  And indeed, Idaho has the largest concentration of nesting raptors in North America!  I always wondered why they put the raptor on our state quarter instead of a big, fat potato...

Snake River Canyon

Flowering Antelope Bitterbrush


There are four or five of these little dudes, but only one came out for me...

Comments

  1. Aunt (ant) VickyMay 22, 2010 at 1:02 PM

    I love seeing that sage brush!

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  2. I want to know when the Camas Prairie turns blue.

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