A Visit to the Beartooth Nature Center with Photos

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The Beartooth Nature Center is a wildlife refuge for animals that are orphaned, injured (in the wild or through human contact) or imprinted (not able to live in the wild as a result of getting used to humans).  If you are visiting Red Lodge, Montana, this is one of the places you should see.  The center is host to about 70 animals and what is nice is that you get to see them at close range and learn more about them through interpretative displays and by observing them.   For more info about the Beartooth Nature Center visit http://www.beartoothnaturecenter.org/Site/Welcome.html

The following are some of the best photos I took of my recent visit on May 3, 2009.

Beartooth Nature Center

Beartooth Nature Center

Beartooth Nature Center

Beartooth Nature Center

Beartooth Nature Center

Beartooth Nature Center

Beartooth Nature Center

Beartooth Nature Center

Beartooth Nature Center

Beartooth Nature Center

Gerry Khatchikian

Gerry_Khatchikian@yahoo.com

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Gerry Khatchikian
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Morning Cynthia,

Thank you for identifying the purple flowers in my last photo.  They sure are pretty.  Besides animals, there are beautiful flowers to observe near the entrance of the Nature Center.

May 18, 2009 08:16 AM
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Diane Daley
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These animals all look very happy with they accomodations.  Thanks for sharing

May 18, 2009 09:18 AM
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Gerry Khatchikian
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Diane,

You are welcome.  You made a great point.  These animals all got a second chance at life and it sure feels good to see them happy in their new homes.  Thansk for visiting this post. 

May 18, 2009 09:31 AM
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Mary Douglas
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Hi Gerry, It sounds like the refuge is necessary -- otherwise these animals would most likely be goners!  Your photos of these gorgeous animals are terrific. I can't help it - I think their  eyes are saying "did you bring the bail money?"  LOl!

May 19, 2009 03:13 PM
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Gerry Khatchikian
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Mary,

Thanks for the positive feedback.  I am glad you were able to read into their minds.  Lol

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