|Sign at entrance on Stalder Road|
This bullsnake wasn't very happy about me waving my butterfly net at him to get him to move off the road, he reared his head and hissed at me the whole way, but he obeyed! These and rattlesnakes are frequently killed on the main road through the Sinlahekin, some by accident, some on purpose.
|Bullsnake sunning itself on the county road north of the Sinlahekin Headquarters|
|Bighorn Sheep lambs resting in an area that was controlled-burned in April|
|The lambs got nervous at me watching them, so started to wander over to the adults, one started nursing.|
|Five lambs and nine adults, one adult (left) has a radio collar.|
|Rocky slope above upper Sinlahekin Creek, where the first Arctic Blues (Plebejus glandon) and Pale Crescents (Phyciodes palla) were found - it's even steeper than it looks!|