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Reflection Canyon   Leave a comment

The view of Reflection Canyon is worth the sweat & tears to see it. Utah’s Glen Canyon National Recreation Area includes a surreal landscape of the twisting and winding Colorado River through colorful sandstone cliffs. Photo by Brock Slinger. Tweeted by the US Department of the Interior, 3/13/17.

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Hiking To Reflection Canyon

Outside Colors   2 comments

Southwestern Sunset   Leave a comment

Sunset over the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Photo by Jeremy Stevens. Tweeted by the US Department of the Interior, 1/25/17.

Sunset over Arizona’s Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Photo by Jeremy Stevens. Tweeted by the US Department of the Interior, 1/24/17.

Posted January 25, 2017 by henrymowry in Photography

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Utah Drama   1 comment

Right place, right time: Stormy skies ⚡️ over Horseshoe Bend at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Jeremy Stevens. Tweeted by the US Department of the Interior, 12/2/16.

Right place, right time: Stormy skies over Horseshoe Bend at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Photo by Jeremy Stevens. Tweeted by the US Department of the Interior, 12/2/16.

Posted December 22, 2016 by henrymowry in Photography

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Take A Moment & Enjoy The Views   1 comment

Color   Leave a comment

The Colors of Beginning   Leave a comment

Meet The Kittens   1 comment

Meet B327 and B326 – 3 to 4-week-old baby bobcats at Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area in California. The park’s biologists recently ear-tagged these kittens as part of a 20-year-long study of how urbanization has affected bobcats in the Santa Monica Mountains and surrounding area. Biologists have been tracking the mom, B255, since 2010 and tagged her kittens while she was away from the den. The ear tags will help identify the cats in remote camera images. Photo by National Park Service.

A Day Begins   1 comment

Mountain Lion: Puma concolor   1 comment

These fabulous photo trap photos are from the Facebook page for the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.

New photos of P-19 and her two nearly-grown kittens, P-32 and P-33, feeding on a deer carcass (WARNING: graphic photos). Kittens normally stay with their mother until they are about one to one and a half years old. One of the siblings, P-34, had already dispersed and it appears that these kittens may have also left their mom since the photos were taken in mid-February.

This is P-19’s second litter and we’ve been tracking all three kittens since they were four weeks old. Since we started studying these animals in 2002, we have not tracked any male mountain lions that have successfully dispersed out of the Santa Monica Mountains. Photos taken via remote camera on the western end of the Santa Monica Mountains, near the L.A. and Ventura County line.

– Ranger Kate

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