Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Rocky Mountain Wildlife - Marmots

Marmots Along Trail Ridge Road - Marmota flaviventris.
Yellow-bellied marmots spend their days alternately foraging for lush herbs and basking in the sun. Requiring boulders for cover, they seldom venture far from their borrow and "whistle" when danger is sensed. Marmots hibernate in early October and emerge in April or May.

991 Wendy Shattil and Bob Rozinski
Published by Rocky Mountain Nature Association

from the set:
Rocky Mountain Wildlife
Twelve Postcards

Wendy Shattil and Bob Rozinski have worked as a photographic team since 1981, specializing in wildlife and nature photography. They are international grand prize winners of the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year competion. Other credits include National Wildlife, Audubon, Outdoor Photographer, Natural History and National Geographic Publications.


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