American Robin at Logan Pass

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Wildlife sightings in Glacier National Park were scarce for me, including birds.  I imagine they were sheltering as necessary to avoid the smoke.

Throughout the entire park, my only bird capture was at Logan Pass’ 6,646 ft (2025 m) of an American Robin foraging amongst the wildflowers in the distance.

I’ll be honest, I surely wasn’t expecting a robin!

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American Robin

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After finding something ‘good’, the robin took flight, probably to head back to a hungry youngster nearby.  😊

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American Robin

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More of Glacier National Park to come!

P.S.  My posts and blog reading is sporadic now as we’re on the road again!  A recent massive mudslide onto I-70 that crosses the Rocky Mountains has closed a 46-mile stretch on the interstate indefinitely, thwarting our next two destination plans to Grand Junction and Colorado Springs.  Trying to reschedule dates is impossible last minute, everywhere is booked.  So we’ve decided to take our time and make our way home over the next couple weeks.  I know getting home earlier than previously planned will make three grandboys real happy!  Post cards and videochats with Grammy just isn’t the same….  😉

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