Straddling The Continental Divide, Ptarmigan

Arapaho National Forest, CO

On the crest of the Continental Divide between Platte and Colorado River watersheds above Loveland Pass, a white-tailed ptarmigan surveys the alpine landscape. White-tailed ptarmigan have several strongholds in Colorado's high alpine, spending their entire life cycle above timberline. They use seasonal camouflage as disguise from predators and this individual wasn't concerned with my presence.
Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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