The birds though, the birding is what draws me to Logan Pass. The views and mammals are draws "normal" people to Logan Pass. On this day, both took me there. My visiting relatives and I made a trip up the boardwalk to the Hidden Lake lookout. Here are the pictures and story.
In the first 500 feet of the trail, Columbian Ground-Squirrels dominated.
They definitely know how to show-off for the visitors. The ground-squirrels are very conditioned, which isn't the best thing.
The views from the boardwalk were killer!! The snow pack is continually melting, so there was a lot of water flowing around.
My target bird, Gray-crowned Rosy Finch. This bird always gets me. It's elegant and just down right cool!
I saw about 10 or so birds, and even got some killer photos!!!
I found an adult bird feeding 4 juvenile birds! WAY COOL!!!
Please check my next post for a series of photos of the birds!!
Finally, at the Hidden Lake Lookout, I saw a few White-crowned Sparrows and Golden-mantled Ground-Squirrels