East Fork Salmon River Watershed wildflowers

A lot of neat wildflowers happening right now

Bitterroot blooms © Brian Ertz 2009

Bitterroot (Lewisia rediviva) © Brian Ertz 2009

Pediocactus © Brian Ertz 2009

Pediocactus © Brian Ertz 2009

fad © Brian Ertz 2009

Paintbrush (Castilleja spp.) © Brian Ertz 2009

Lupine © Brian Ertz 2009

Lupine (Lupinus argenteus) © Brian Ertz 2009

4 Responses to “East Fork Salmon River Watershed wildflowers”

  1. paulWTAMU Says:

    is there any chance of getting larger versions put up (say, 1680X1050)? I’d love one or two of those for my desktop! nice photos.

  2. Brian Ertz Says:

    paulWTAMU –

    all of the following photos were taken on the East Fork Salmon River Watershed this last weekend — everything is abloom. You are free to use them as you wish with the exception of selling them or for commercial purposes without permission. It’s the Spud Creek sub-watershed, a landscape rested from grazing for close to a decade now.

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    WWP purchased the Greenfire Preserve about a decade ago, and acquired the grazing privileges attached to it (Spud Creek Allotment) on this landscape – a conservation buyer has since purchased the property and hold of the allotment and livestock have not been officially grazed.

    Hiking the landscape is like walking on powder/flour where there isn’t rock – the soils are so unique – and as you can see – the vegetative expression is remarkable.

    If you would like full-resolution originals, please email me and i’d be happy to share.

  3. paulWTAMU Says:

    Will do! Those are nice shots 🙂

  4. paulWTAMU Says:

    the ones linked are more than large enough, thank you!! It’s hard to find good desktops for higher resolutions monitors.

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