Image Title:
Harlequin Watch

Photographer's Notes:
    These vibrantly 'painted' fowl were resting idly
    on a rock among the LaHardy Rapids section
    of the Yellowstone River.  All were resting
    except for the farthest right drake.  He kept
    watch while the others basked in the late
    afternoon sun.
    This is the most southern & inland stretch for
    their summer migration.  Here is one place
    they are most likely to be found - among the
    rapids and spawning cutthroat trout!  AND,
    sitting on one of Yellowstone's two resurgent
    domes (spots of recent uplift in the crust
    above the park's active super-volcano)

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