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Photos from CypressHills-WestBlock on 2007-May24:
Red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis): melanistic form Mule-deer (Odocoileus hemionus): distant Waxleaf penstemon (Penstemon nitidus): Cowboys: and Cattle (Bos primigenius) Moss-phlox (Phlox hoodii): Cut-leaf anemone (Anemone multifida): plant in bud Cut-leaf anemone (Anemone multifida): plant in bud Gumbo evening-primrose (Oenothera caespitosa): plant in bud Gumbo evening-primrose (Oenothera caespitosa): buds closer Prairie buttercup (Ranunculus rhomboideus): yellow Composite (Asteraceae sp): Fairy bells (Prosartes trachycarpa): Rock clematis (Clematis columbiana): Mountain ash (Sorbus decora): Western-Canada violet (Viola rugulosa): plant with flower and bud Rock clematis (Clematis columbiana): Blunt-leaf rein-orchid (Platanthera obtusata)?: leaves Fairy bells (Prosartes trachycarpa)?: in bud Fragile bladder fern (Cystopteris fragilis): Frog-pelt leaf-lichen (Peltigera neopolydactyla): Frog-pelt leaf-lichen (Peltigera neopolydactyla): sign: Cypress Hills West Block Waxleaf penstemon (Penstemon nitidus): plant Waxleaf penstemon (Penstemon nitidus): clump with pods and buds Waxleaf penstemon (Penstemon nitidus): plant Waxleaf penstemon (Penstemon nitidus): plant Waxleaf penstemon (Penstemon nitidus): pods me: and Waxleaf penstemon (Penstemon nitidus) me: and Waxleaf penstemon (Penstemon nitidus)
-- thanks to Chet Neufeld, the blue-flowered plant originally identified as Lance-leaved lungwort (Mertensia lanceolata) has been corrected to Waxleaf penstemon (Penstemon nitidus);


Photos from MapleCreek-to-Eastend on 2007-May24:
Cowboy boot: nailed onto every fencepost Cowboy boot: ranch valley: of the Frenchman River showing the white-mud used for pottery

Photos from Eastend on 2007-May24:
Whitemud-Clay Pottery Gallery: in Eastend Plains prickly-pear-cactus (Opuntia polyacantha): or Pincushion cactus (Escobaria vivipara)? in frontyard of Whitemud Clay Pottery Gallery

Photos from Eastend-to-PineCreeCampground on 2007-May24:
Pronghorn antelope (Antilocapra americana): male Pronghorn antelope (Antilocapra americana): male+six-females

Photos from PineCreeCampground on 2007-May24:
Early blue violet (Viola adunca): clump Early blue violet (Viola adunca): flower Small round-leaved orchid (Amerorchis rotundifolia): in bud