Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has four great posters featuring the burrowing owl, paddlefish, cutthroat trout, and coeur d’alene salamander. As you can see from the salamander art shown here, artist Peter Grosshauer uses vivid colors to bring these critters alive for your PC’s wallpaper or as illustrations for your next nature talk or hike.
You can find these posters ready for download on the Glacier Park Fund’s “Just for Kids” page. (I hope it’s legal for adults to enjoy these posters as well.)
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4 thoughts on “Montana’s Uncommon Critters Posters”
Everybody is somebody’s child. 😎 I really like the free stuff you can get from the National Park Websites, and I love this salamander picture!
All four posters are really cool, groovy and neat.
From what I saw on the news tonight there is a good turnout on the Going to the Sun road now that it’s open. Looked like a lot of cars. As Yogi Berra said one time about a popular restaurant, “its’ so crowded that nobody goes there any more.”
Every year, I wonder how much snow will be piled up on Sun Road. I think they had more of it las year.
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