US to US Group #426 from KateRoseFL
Prairie dogs use a different high-pitched, barklike call to sound a warning for each of their different predators (such as hawks, owls, eagles, ravens, coyotes, and badgers). A group of young black-tailed prairie dogs probably represents two or three families playing and feeding together.
US to US Group 426 from JasonFay
Washington’s GOAT ROCKS WILDERNESS, portions of Gifford Pinchot and Snoqualmie National Forests, contain 82,680 acres of alpine wonderland between Mt. Ranier and Mt. Adams. Beautiful mountain meadows carpeted by alpine flowers and weather-worn conifers surround snowfields and glaciers. Pinnacles rise from 3,000 feet to the 8,201 foot Gilbert Peak. Packwood and Walupt lakes, each more than a mile long, lie adjacent to the wilderness area. The Yakima Indian Reservation, closed to the public, borders on the Southeast.
US to US Group #426 from hootnoodle