On the hunt as Montana wildflower season approaches

By | April 15, 2012

Rob Chaney of the Missoulian reports that the white on the ground remains snow instead of trillium petals, but wildflower season approaches. To plan for that, consider an expanded U.S. Forest Service website that features great bloom locations across the nation. Montana has a dozen options, including the Lolo, Bitterroot, Kootenai, Helena, Gallatin, Custer, Flathead, Beaverhead-Deerlodge and Lewis and Clark national forests.
Read the full story here. So why in the world didn’t they include the website in this article? It took 10 minutes of looking on the U.S. Forest Service website to find it. So here it is… http://www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/viewing/index.php

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