Wild Life - January 2021

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Germaine White recently retired from her position as information and education specialist for the CSKT’s Natural Resources Department, in which she developed innovative initiatives to promote public engagement and environmental education (photo courtesy of Germaine White)

In the second installment of WildCast, Shining Mountains Chapter’s storytelling series, conservationist and educator Germaine White shares a story from western Montana’s Camas Prairie about defending tribal land against serious spills from a petroleum pipeline that crossed the Flathead Indian Reservation.

"A lake is the landscape's most beautiful and expressive feature. It is Earth's eye; looking into which the beholder measures the depth of his own nature." – Henry David Thoreau  (photo Holland Lake by Kevin League)

After pouring over 600 quality photos, we’ve selected the winners of our annual Picture Wild Montana Photo Contest. Here's first place.

Skinning up Lolo Pass near Missoula (photo by Seth Orme)

After pouring over 600 quality photos, we’ve selected the winners of our annual Picture Wild Montana Photo Contest. Here's second place.

Fly fishing below Dawn Mist Falls on the Belly River in Glacier National Park (photo by Bryan Dufresne)

After pouring over 600 quality photos, we’ve selected the winners of our annual Picture Wild Montana Photo Contest.