Breathing deeply, making observations, and connecting with nature makes even the hardest times a little bit easier. Please take some time to browse through our past Sign of the Season gallery below.
We weren’t the only ones surprised by the early season snow – the tamaracks haven’t even gotten around to shedding their needles yet
What’s your favorite story about these fungi?#LostLake #Tinderconk #Fomesfomentarius #Decomposer
Don’t let the warm days trick you – it really is fall! Aaaaah… the colors!
Update! Yes! Sandhill cranes! We are notified of their presence by their unique warbling calls that can be heard even when the cranes are barely visible in the sky.
These spectacular flowers emerge in the sagebrush and pine forests in early July.