Re: Yellowstone-Livingston area
- Hello Saskatchewanians!
The must see area of the greater Yellowstone ecosystem when birding is Red Rock Lakes NWR. Its a bit of an adventure to get to but it pays off with spectacular scenery which holds abundant wildlife and an amazing diversity of birds.
Have a great trip,
--- In MOB-Montana@yahoogroups.com, M A <maadhatter22@...> wrote:
> Fellow birders...
> We are Southwest Saskatchewan birders (we live in Swift Current).
> We have never been to the Yellowstone-Livingston area before, but will
> be heading there in early summer.
> We are wondering if there are any particular areas we should check out
> in this area, and if there are any birds in particular we should be
> looking for?
> We are spending a couple weeks at the Yellowstone's Edge RV Park, and
> are planning at least two or three days in Yellowstone Park itself. We
> do not have an itinerary so it will be taking each day as it comes
> (isn't that the way a vacation is supposed to be? LOL!) We are excited
> about the trip.... Yellowstone has been on my list of 'places I want to
> see', so I am over the top about it all.
> Does anyone have a .pdf or .doc formatted bird list to share for Montana
> and for Yellowstone area?
> Thank you in advance for any birding and other animal viewing ideas for
> this area.
> Happy birding.
> - Mary Ann & Larry, Swift Current, Sk. Canada
> 50° 17' 00" N - 107° 48' 00" W