Where do Glacier’s goats go?

By | July 13, 2015

The Daily Inter Lake reports that they’ve endured blizzards, wind, rain and hail storms, dodged avalanches and negotiated cliffs and crags that would make a seasoned mountaineer take pause, but 24 mountain goats in Glacier National Park all survived last winter. The radio-collared goats are part of a three-year study being done by the National Park Service and University of Montana graduate student Wesley Sarmento. Read the full story here.


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