Bristlecone

Quaking Aspens

Quaking Aspens

Quaking Aspens Contributed by Lois Ports for Bristlecone Audubon Aspens (Populus tremuloides) are the most widespread tree in North America. From the Midwest, across Canada, north into Alaska and across the West through to Arizona and New Mexico, quaking aspens occur on the edge of conifer forests in clusters or “clones.” […]

Wading Birds on the Humboldt River

Wading Birds on the Humboldt River

Contributed by Lois Ports for Bristlecone Audubon Driving over the Humboldt River via the 12th Street bridge you can see the effects of our hot summer. The Humboldt is slowly drying up in some stretches. All that is left in many areas are pools of water not much bigger than […]

Exploring Soldier Creek

Exploring Soldier Creek

Contributed by Lois Ports for Bristlecone Audubon Because of its beauty and ease of access Lamoille Canyon gets lots of visitors. There is another canyon you might want to explore next time you have a day or two off. Soldier Canyon might not have any developed campgrounds but there are […]