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Devin Layne

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    Silk Moth

    When I came in the other night, I was met by a giant moth on my front porch. Few of these actually reach maturity. At over six inches as a caterpillar…

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    Hummingbirds

    One of my favorite parts of this time of year is that all the hummingbirds begin to migrate up this way. These little high-performance fighter jets of the bird world have…

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    Ahh Spring!

    Having seasons is nice. One change leads to another and each one is new and exciting with those changes; winter and fresh snow, fall and the larch trees changing to vibrant…

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    Return of the Blog?

    I have been on a hiatus from this project for awhile as I worked on other projects related to flight, video, and pictures. While I have been away though, I have…

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    Inversion in the Morning

    [KGVID]http://montananatureblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/img_3545.mov[/KGVID]   Inversions happen when warm air sits on top of cooler air and traps it. Sounds travel further, trapped air holds smoke lower, and even light acts differently. When it…

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    Fall

    This week has been the big cool off for the year so far. While last month I had a picture on Instagram of the first snow in the high-country there has…