Along the Henrys Fork of the Snake River, I caught this Bald eagle drying off its wings after bathing along the edge of the river. It held its wings in this position for about 30 minutes.
A couple miles farther up the river I found this American robin bathing along the ice. There were a flock of about 100 of them enjoying the warmth of the day.
It appeared to be a little crazy, but it probably needed the bath.
This Steller's Jay is beating its wings to shake the excess water off. Sometimes I wish I had videos of wildlife as they go through the acts that are natural to them.
I almost missed this shot as this Belted Kingfisher dove for a minnow. It was unsuccessful and flew off to dry on a willow limb.
And as I was headed home, the distant Teton Peaks were shrouded in the blankets of clouds - they themselves trying to keep warm in the bitter cold air that surrounded them.
Just another day in the wilds of Idaho - and the Tetons in Wyoming, but viewed from Idaho.