Wild Life - January 2020

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The winner of the 2019 Picture Wild Montana Photo Contest is “Waterfall Hike Near Seeley Lake” by Bri Sullivan

The theme of this year’s contest was “People and Public Lands.” In an effort to highlight the connection that Montanans feel to our public lands and waters, we asked participants to submit photos that featured friends, family, or themselves enjoying everything our public lands have to offer.

Overlooking the Missouri River at Hole in the Wall State Recreation Area. (Photo by Roland Taylor)

The theme of this year’s contest was “People and Public Lands.” In an effort to highlight the connection that Montanans feel to our public lands and waters, we asked participants to submit photos that featured friends, family, or themselves enjoying everything our public lands have to offer.

A moment of affection skiing up the History Rock trail in Hyalite Canyon. (Ben Wickham)

The theme of this year’s contest was “People and Public Lands.” In an effort to highlight the connection that Montanans feel to our public lands and waters, we asked participants to submit photos that featured friends, family, or themselves enjoying everything our public lands have to offer.

Stargazing at Park Lake near Helena in the early fall. (Chris McGowan)

The theme of this year’s contest was “People and Public Lands.” In an effort to highlight the connection that Montanans feel to our public lands and waters, we asked participants to submit photos that featured friends, family, or themselves enjoying everything our public lands have to offer.

A view of Ten Lakes Scenic Area from Green Mountain. (Photo by Dee Linnell Blank)

Comprised of 34,000 acres in the Whitefish Mountains along the Canadian border, the Ten Lakes Wildernesss Study Area (WSA) offers stunning views of lakes, forests and towering cliffs.