Spring In The Tetons

Posted on: April 18th, 2014 by DryRidge No Comments

Mountain bluebirds, sandhill cranes, and the birth of new foals are sure signs of spring in the Tetons. The brilliant blue mountain bluebirds are flying fencepost to fencepost, and sandhill cranes are walking in the fields around the barn. Click on the link to learn more about these elegant birds and listen to their unique bugling call. Sandhill cranes also moan, hiss, and make goose-like honks and snoring sounds!

The ground is bearing off at the barn and the only things not brown are the bowl of blue sky and this handsome black foal, our first newborn of the 2014 season.

Dry Ridge Outfitters spring foal

Howdy!

 

dry ridge outfitters mare and foal

Mare and foal

 

I hope you’re looking forward to riding in the Tetons as much as we are! Click on the links to learn more about horseback riding with us in the Grand TetonsYellowstone Park, and Harriman State Park.

Happy Trails!

 

 

 

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