A Downy woodpecker worked some scrub willows near three Great-horned owls.
The Great-horned owls were always hiding from me, peeking out through all the branches.
It took me a while to find the elk, but after I worked as close as I could, I watched them until two bulls started fighting.
There were 47 bulls in the herd and they finally located me when the breeze changed and my smell got to them.
As I was leaving the elk, a Snowshoe hare flushed out of some sage.
On the way home, I captured this Golden eagle perched on the power pole looking for a hapless rodent along a desert road.
Whether it is sunny, cloudy or even stormy weather, you have to get out is the wilderness to enjoy the wilds - even in Idaho.