The first animal I saw was a cow moose. Later I would see four more, but no bulls.
The Tetons were beautiful in the morning haze cause by the zero temperatures.
Sharp-tailed grouse were roosting and feeding in the chokecherry bushes.
I saw about 30 mule deer and probably another 50 saw me as I was busting through snow drifts up past my headlights.
On a pile of rocks, I saw two black eyes looking at me. It was a Long-tailed weasel.
I watched and photographed it for about an hour as it hunted through the rocks.
I did not see it harvest any rodent, but enjoyed it just the same.
It finally had enough of me and off it went in a hurry.
Just another great morning in the wildness of Idaho.