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Wind and Birds in Quaking Aspen

Wind and Birds in Quaking Aspen

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Western Rattlesnake

Western Rattlesnake

Also known as the Great Basin Rattlesnake, these pit vipers have buff-tan coloring and small, oval blotches to blend into their arid surroundings. Small heat-sensing indentations on each side of the snake’s snout detects warm-blooded prey for better striking accuracy in the dark. Source: The Oregon Encyclopedia

Latin name: Crotalus oreganus lutosus

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Tibetan Monks Visit Sutton Mountain

Tibetan Monks Visit Sutton Mountain

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