Wednesday, January 30, 2008

This twisted and bent lodgepole pine seemingly grows out of solid rock on Lumpy Ridge in Rocky Mountain National Park. The tuft of green to the right proves that it is indeed alive. April 1996.


Blogger Gledwood said...

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12:49 PM  
Blogger Gledwood said...

right guess what I heard about roborovskis... yes that (supposedly) they live in the empty burrows left by old picas!

(though I have to say a pica probably weighs 100x to 200x as much as a robo...)

8:21 AM  
Blogger Gledwood said...

ps i just researched it (on wikipedia so what does THAT mean..?!?) robos and pikas DO share a habitat in Eastern Asia/Mongolia

8:23 AM  
Blogger molson said...

I guess pikas are not exclusive to the North American Rockies. I didn't think they were, but it was not something I researched as you now have. The pikas were of interest because I first encountered them in the wild and they are very entertaining to watch and hear. Those alpine swines sure do get around and they help out the wild robo swines. Who knew?

6:15 PM  
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9:22 AM  

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