Author Archives: Pam Barbour

Those Colors are Real!

So many people think those bright colors of the infamous Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone’s Midway Geyser Basin are doctored with Photoshop.  Granted, these days, no one believes any photograph lives in it’s captured state but this one is for … Continue reading

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Third and Final Book in the Nature of Montana Series is Available

After an entire year, I’ve finally completed my goal to create a series on Montana.  The Nature of Montana: Fall is the final book and it is gorgeous.  While fall can be brief in this great state, it is not … Continue reading

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Montana Series Book 2 is Available

Book Number 2 of my “The Nature of Montana” series is now available.  Since my summer was hindered by smoke from all the wildfire activity, I managed to complete the Spring/Summer version of the series. This is a 218 page … Continue reading

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A New Book Series is Launched

Finally, after many years of gathering images, I have put together the first in a series of books from my Montana adventures.  This is a coffee table book of beautiful scenes and abstracts of the winter landscape.  Montana winters are … Continue reading

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Turtle Time

It’s been raining buckets due to the recent run of spring storms.  Times like this you can find critters trying to find a dry spot or get to higher ground.  And wouldn’t you know it, this fine day heading out … Continue reading

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Trout Lily found on a Hike

It’s late February and I was hiking at Crowders Mountain State Park.  Not much was happening on the wildflower front but then I came upon this huge area filled with trout lilies (Erythronium americanum).  I’d never seen these flowers before … Continue reading

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Spiders are Beautiful

I know what you’re thinking, I’ve lost my mind.  Well, maybe, but after a naturalist workshop about Spiders, I have a renewed appreciation for these little creatures.  I’m not sure I want to hang out with them or have them … Continue reading

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Montana Alpine Wildflowers Abound

In Montana, you can reach the top of the mountain and the rewards are many.  At 9,000+ feet in altitude, tiny alpine flowers manage to put on a show unlike anything you’ll see at lower elevations.  Ok, that might be … Continue reading

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Spring is in Full Swing

A day trip to Devil’s Fork State Park made for a nice start into spring.  A few of the rare Oconee Bell flowers were still in bloom and a few loons could be seen on the lake.  The sun was … Continue reading

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For the Birds

Winter is a time when the birds could use some help with food resources.  But, it’s important to practice some good housekeeping techniques too so that your birds stay healthy.  There are so many types of feeders available these days … Continue reading

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