Category Archives: Photos-Birds

Photos that I have taken of Birds.

~The Snake River

~Yesterday, we stopped at the Snake River pull-off while driving through The Tetons. The trees have grown over the years blocking a lot of the view, but one can still get a glimpse.

The Snake River in the Tetons.

It wasn’t until the year 1912 that the United States Geographic Board made official the name, “The Snake River.” The Snake River Got its Name From a Misinterpretation over 11,000 years ago, the Snake was a vital source of life for the Native Americans, specifically the Shoshones, that were living along the banks of the river.

The Snake River is a major river of the greater Pacific Northwest region in the United States. At 1,078 miles long, it is the largest tributary of the Columbia River, in turn, the largest North American river that empties into the Pacific Ocean. The Snake River rises in western Wyoming, then flows through the Snake River Plain of southern Idaho, the rugged Hells Canyon on the Oregon–Idaho border, and the rolling Palouse Hills of Washington, emptying into the Columbia River at the Tri-Cities, Washington.

I spotted three Bald Eagles circling the area. It looked like two adults and one immature. What a beautiful sight.

Bald Eagle

Cattle round0up along Hwy 191.


~A walk along the Green River

~Yesterday we drove from Rawlings to Rock Springs, WY, and spent one night. Green River is a neighboring town of Rock Springs. We walked along the picturesque Green River, which is a fun area for walking, biking, rafting, and fishing. The town looks very nice, to include historic buildings, shopping, restaurants and lots of recreational areas.

Here are a few photos of the area.


The boardwalk.
The Green River
Bridge over The Green River
Mild rapids.
Social Distancing, Wyoming style.

There were Robins everywhere!

Mama Robin
Baby Robin
Baby learning to hunt for worms.
The park area.
Deer in the wooded area.

 If you are ever driving along I-80 near Green River, WY stop and take a walk!