The Red-tailed hawks were trying to keep warm but still had to go out and hunt for food.
This Black-capped chickadee was picking of frozen sap from the spruce trees.
The Cotton-tailed rabbits fluffed out their fur but stayed close to cover to escape the hawks and owls.
White-tailed deer ventured out looking for some grass poking out of the deep snow.
This porcupine uses its front paw to pull in a branch to strip it of nutrient-rich bark.
And then this Black-capped chickadee next to the Henrys Fork of the Snake River was picking buds of willows to survive.
Venturing out in the cold wilds of Idaho can be a very interesting activity.